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Architectural Fine Wood Windows

Add another layer to your design with custom wood windows from Upstate Door! These windows can be historic casement windows, stationary windows that are fixed in place, lift and slide, bifold and more. Each offers a unique design element to match your door and window package. Each window is created based on your exact specifications: profiles, wood, glass, and more!

Upstate Door is known for our custom capabilities and for manufacturing unique designs. We are able to create exceptional architectural designs that are both beautiful and functional. Window manufacturers are able to create standard shaped windows with standard profiles, where we have the capabilities to take wooden stationary windows to the next level.

We can create custom wooden circular, oval, or elliptical cased stationary windows with solid wood frames. Muntins can be completely customized to your design and are crafted out of one single piece of wood, eliminating any chance of shifting or movement.

All items on our stationary windows can be matched to the doors or window packages on the home: profiles (SDL or TDL), wood species, finishing, and glass options. Leaded glass options are also available. If you can dream it, we can create it!

A variety of interior and exterior casing options can be created to fit perfectly around the curved window and can be sent loose for your contractor to install.

Screens can be added in most configurations. Work with your Upstate Door expert to ensure you have the proper window hardware.

Please note: We are not offering double hung or crank casement windows

Talk to our experts to learn more about architectural wooden windows!


Operable Windows

Custom Historic Casement Windows

Outswing casement windows
have hinges along one of the
sides. Custom screen/storm
casement windows can be
included to match.


Awning / Hopper Windows

An awning or hopper window
is a window that opens with
hinges along the top or the
bottom. A screen can be
included in the frame or
an additional sash can be


Bifold Windows

A bifolding window folds
up and stacks in place to
allow for an open indoor/
outdoor living space.


Lift & Slide Windows

A lift and slide window sits
on unique hardware that lifts
the unit and slides across the
track along the bottom while
opening. When closed, the
handle lowers the window and
seals it into place.


Stationary Windows

Architectural Fixed Windows

A fixed windows is nonoperational.
It is a window
that is secured in place.


Direct Set Sidelite & Transoms

A direct set sidelite or transom
is when the glass is mounted
directly into the frame for a
seamless and modern look.



A transom is a window that is
installed horizontally above
the door & sidelites, if there
are any. It can be stationary
or operable.



Sidelites are vertical windows
placed on either side of a
door. They can be stationary
or operable.