Tudor Architectural Style

Accent your traditional Tudor home with Milgard windows and doors.

The Tudor style has been around for several hundred years, developing out of fifteenth century English during the Tudor period. Defining features include brick and stone exterior, arched doorways and combinations of tall, narrow windows with dark trim. Many of these homes contain exposed wood features that the windows may match or complement. 

Long, narrow-shaped casement windows are a versatile choice for Tudor homes. French swinging doors are recommended to complement the traditional architectural style. 

Recommended Window and Door Styles

Casement windows are recommended for Tudor homes. The long, narrow shape complements the architectural design. Choose a wood or wood veneer frame to match the exposed wood features of the home.

French patio doors integrates well with long, narrow-shaped windows. The wider stiles and rails are a wonderful complement to the manor style architecture. Add sidelights to Swinging French doors to complete the look of your Tudor home.

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