Radius Windows

Radius windows include circular shapes, half circles, and arched tops. This style of window brings softness and design flair to rooms with rectangular windows.

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BENEFITS OF RADIUS WINDOWS

Alternatively called eyelash, circle-top, half-round, and archtop, radius windows have one thing in common: A curve in their design.

Add a classic look and architectural interest with an arch-top window. The top is a half-circle and the bottom is rectangular.

Often placed high on a wall, specialty shaped windows can illuminate the interior of your home with sunlight and serve as a focal point.

Restorations Series V5500 Windows
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The Restorations Series V5500 picture windows are non-operable and perfect for your new construction or remodeling projects. 

Exterior colors Interior colors
Painter's White
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Vintage Linen
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Sandstone
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Mystic Gray
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Earthtone
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Royal Brown
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Antique Brown
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Black
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Black
Painter's White
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Tan
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V2000 Series Windows
Radius Windows
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V2000 Radius
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V2000 Series radius windows can add beautiful architectural elements to your home. Alternatively called eyelash, radius, circle-top, half-round, archtop, and extended archtop, specialty shaped windows have one thing in common: A curve in their design.
Exterior colors Interior colors
White
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Almond
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Clay
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Black
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Black
Bronze
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Cocoa
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Cream
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Forest Green
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White
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Almond
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Clay
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Other Considerations

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GRID OPTIONS

Grids are decorative elements that can accent the look of your windows. From simulated divided lights on the exterior to grids between the glass, we offer a variety of patterns to create the ideal aesthetic.

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GLASS OPTIONS

Whether you’re interested in decoration, light diffusion, or privacy, obscure glass offers a variety of beautiful design options. Bathe in natural light while enjoying privacy and diffusing glare.

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Energy Efficiency

Enjoy a comfortable home no matter the season. From Low-E glass, to gas enhancements and spacer systems, learn how each element helps control the temperature of your home.

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Radius Windows FAQ

What’s the definition of a radius window?

Radius windows are windows of unorthodox shape – like circletop, octagon, cathedral – that are often found above doors, other windows, or high on a wall. They are also called specialty windows or architecturally shaped windows.

Can I open and close a radius window?

Although radius windows have traditionally been designed to be fixed windows, some manufacturers will fabricate ones that are operable. If you’re unsure if your window is operable, ask the company’s sales representative.

Why are most radius windows clerestory?

Clerestory windows are ones that are placed so high that typically you can’t see out of them from floor level. In many cases they’re placed above doors, other windows, or high atop a wall. In fact, they’re often found high above the front door in a home’s foyer.

What is the purpose of radius windows?

Radius windows are usually employed for aesthetic purposes. They offer a unique look and style that increases a home’s curb appeal and resale value. Plus, they bring added sunlight into a home.

Can window companies produce individualized radius windows?

In most cases, yes. Many manufacturers on the market today have the capability to make unique radius windows upon request. If you can’t find the shape you’re looking for in the company’s brochures or on its website, reach out to a sales representative.