Victorian Windows

Crafted in our dedicated UK-based joinery, Victorian timber windows from Windows & Doors UK combine historical charm with modern craftsmanship. Each unit reflects our commitment to quality and aesthetic excellence, bringing the elegance of the Victorian era to your home.

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Victorian Windows

What are Victorian Windows?

Victorian Windows, also known as sash windows, are characterised by their intricate designs and distinctive styles. These windows typically feature elaborate frames, often with a sash design, and are known for their ornate detailing and historical significance. The history of Victorian windows dates back to the 19th century, reflecting the architectural trends of the Victorian era. Victorian windows are distinguished by their elegance, often featuring intricate designs and a penchant for decorative elements.

Why choose Modern Victorian windows from Windows & Doors UK

Windows & Doors UK Victorian windows blend traditional design with modern features. Our windows maintain the classic look of the Victorian era – think elegant and detailed – but are updated with modern materials and technology.

Our windows are energy-efficient and durable, easier to maintain than their historical counterparts. With modern glazing as standard, including double or triple glazing, improving their practicality.

Our modern twist on Victorian windows means you can enjoy their vintage charm without sacrificing the comforts and conveniences of contemporary window design.

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Victorian Style Windows

Victorian style windows from Windows & Doors UK are available in a variety of designs, each reflecting Victorian architecture while incorporating modern functionality including glass technology such as double glazing.

Modern Victorian Windows Styles

Modern Victorian window styles provide a solution that respects historical architecture while embracing modern window technology.

Victorian Windows by Windows and Doors

At Windows & Doors UK, our crafting of wooden and timber Victorian windows reflects our deep appreciation for historical architecture while ensuring each window has full modern functionality.

We meticulously recreate the intricate details and classic designs characteristic of the Victorian era, using only the highest quality hardwood and sustainably sourced timber. Our windows are not just replicas; they’re modern interpretations of Victorian artistry, complete with advanced features like superior insulation, soundproofing, and durability.

The result? A Victorian window style that pays homage to the past while delivering the performance expected in contemporary homes.

Different Wood Types for Victorian Windows

When crafting our Victorian windows, our master craftsmen utilise various wood types, each selected for its suitability for these timeless designs.

Each wood type brings its unique qualities, ensuring our Victorian windows are not only aesthetically pleasing but also robust and enduring.

European Oak

known for its strength and durability, is a popular choice, bringing a traditional elegance to any window.


lighter in weight yet resilient, offers versatility in design and finish, making it ideal for custom Victorian window designs.


wood, with its distinctive grain adds a touch of luxury, embodying the Victorian era’s love for opulence and detail.

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What is the history of Victorian windows?

Victorian windows are a hallmark of the architectural renaissance that occurred during Queen Victoria’s reign (1837-1901). Initially, these windows were a symbol of status and wealth, featuring intricate designs and often made with hand-blown glass.

Over time, as manufacturing techniques evolved, Victorian windows became more accessible, characterised by their sash design, elaborate lintels, and often, stained or coloured glass.

The evolution of these windows mirrors the broader societal changes of the era, moving from handcrafted exclusivity to more widely available, yet still highly decorative, elements of home design.

Victorian windows today are cherished for their historical significance and ornate beauty, often replicated using modern materials and techniques for improved functionality.

Wide Range Of Window Design Textures

Victorian Windows are incredibly quick and easy to replace (in comparison to other types of windows). But Victorian Windows are more than just an easy solution to replacing tired, old, condensation strewn windows.

Oak Stains




Mid Oak



Idigbo Stains



Mid Oak

Mid Oak




Sapele Stains



Mid Oak

Mid Oak




Opaque Colours

















Powder Blue


Sea Green















Victorian Window Prices & Sizes

Please call us to discuss sizes and prices, we supply all standard and non-standard sizes, prices are available by quote. Please find a rough cost per size table below. * Based on a single window

Width (mm)
Height (mm) 400-500 501-600 601-700 701-800 801-900 901-1000 1001-1100 1101-1200 1200+
800-900 £350 £360 £370 £380 £390 £400 £425 £475 Call Us
900-1000 £360 £370 £380 £390 £400 £425 £450 £500 Call Us
1001-1100 £370 £380 £390 £400 £425 £450 £465 £520 Call Us
1101-1200 £380 £390 £400 £425 £450 £465 £495 £550 Call Us
1201-1300 £390 £400 £425 £450 £465 £490 £515 £565 Call Us
1301-1400 £400 £425 £450 £465 £490 £515 £525 £575 Call Us
1401-1500 £425 £450 £465 £490 £515 £525 £555 £605 Call Us
1501-1600 £450 £500 £510 £515 £525 £555 £585 £635 Call Us
1601-1700 £500 £510 £520 £525 £555 £585 £600 £650 Call Us
1701-1800 £510 £520 £545 £555 £585 £600 £625 £675 Call Us
1801-1900 £520 £545 £555 £585 £600 £625 £650 £700 Call Us
1901-2000 £545 £555 £585 £600 £625 £650 £675 £725 Call Us
2000+ £555 £585 £600 £625 £650 £675 £700 £750 Call Us

Victorian Windows Specifications

Our Victorian windows are manufactured to high standards with specifications to match, generic specifications are below (specification relative to design).

  • Flush or Stormproof (over-rebated) window systems available
  • Wrap-around, multi-point espagnolette locking system as standard
  • Top or side opening sashes
  • Dummy (non-opening) sashes or direct-glazed sections available
  • The option of increasing component thicknesses in order to give equal sight-lines with adjacent doors etc.
  • Arched or swept heads available
  • Windows can be incorporated into bays, conservatories and orangeries
  • Range of hinge options available, including approx. 90° opening for fire escape windows, child restriction for safety, “easy clean” mechanism, or combinations of these (depends on window size and configuration)
  • Very large and very small opening casements achievable, with a wider range of sizes available than many of our competitors
  • Colour-matched internal window boards available

Download Gaskets Specification Brochure
Download Locking Systems Specification Brochure
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Download Ironmongery Options Brochure

Trade Windows and Doors

If you are looking for multiple windows and doors i.e. for a housing renovation project, new build properties, or just general supply and installations then we can help. We can supply windows and doors in bulk volumes at trade prices.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Victorian style windows are often referred to as ‘sash windows’, with two movable panels, or ‘sashes,’ gliding up and down. They’re not just windows; they’re a slice of history, often adorned with stained glass and detailed woodwork.

These windows are iconic for their classic, elegant appearance that was prevalent during the Victorian era, marked by detailed craftsmanship and often incorporating elements like decorative glass and intricate woodwork.

Discover our range of Victorian timber sash windows at Windows & Doors UK.

Victorian windows are all about ornate design and elegance, with multiple panes often arranged in a sash style. Think stained or leaded glass, creating a kaleidoscope of light and colour, showcasing the Victorian era’s love for detailed and elegant aesthetics. Each one is uniquely shaped, often with arches or elaborate framing, making them stand out in any home.

In rural areas, Victorian windows were bold and unapologetically vibrant, often dressed in deep greens, blues, and reds. They were about making a statement. In the city though, you’d be more likely to find traditional timber sash windows in more subdued blacks or browns, blending with the urban vibe.

Absolutely! Victorian windows often sported shutters, and they were as functional as they were decorative. They offered privacy, security, and protection from the elements. These shutters were designed to complement the architectural style of the window and the building, adding an extra layer of aesthetic appeal.

Imagine sliding a window up and down with an effortless grace – that’s how Victorian windows, especially the sash types, opened. Some designs had both the top and bottom sashes moving, while others had just one. It wasn’t just about looking good; this design allowed for just the right amount of air to breeze through, making them as practical as they were pretty.

Victorian windows were primarily crafted from wood – the go-to material of the era. The glass? Often it was hand-blown, giving each window its own unique charm. In wealthier homes, you’d find stained or leaded glass, adding a layer of opulence and intricate detailing. These materials weren’t just chosen for their looks; they reflected the craftsmanship and quality of the time.

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