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Traditional windows & doors

Traditional windows and doors are nothing new at Andersen and neither is Traditional architecture. From American Farmhouse to Queen Anne, Andersen is the one manufacturer that lets you choose your windows and doors based on your home’s architectural style and we’ve been a leading provider of traditional windows since the company’s beginning in 1903.

Creating Unique Traditional Homes

See how Andersen has created solutions to make traditional styles exceptional, inspirational and easy to achieve.

Window Replacement for Traditional Homes

See how Andersen Woodwright® wood windows are the perfect solution when replacing original wood windows in your traditional home.

Traditional Selections From The Andersen Style Library

Identifying architectural styles is traditionally accomplished by looking back in time to see what style movements have emerged over the years. Traditional architectural styles have come from many periods & places. Whether you’re trying to create a new home in a specific style or match an existing one, having the detail to make it authentic is important.

Here are three of the more popular traditional styles today: American Farmhouse, Cape Cod and Craftsman Bungalow. Find additional styles in the Andersen Style Library.

American Farmhouse

First emerging in the Midwest in the mid-1800s, the American Farmhouse style ranges from small, simple structures to more elaborate homes bordering on Victorian. Our American Farmhouse is a modern interpretation of this classic home style.
American Farmhouse home style

Cape Cod

Although it has English roots, the Cape Cod style home is distinctly American. It evolved in New England from Colonial style houses in the early 1700s, primarily in response to the availability of materials and the area's harsh, stormy climate. Our Cape Cod continues this early tradition of being simple and modest.
cape cod home style

Craftsman Bungalow

The Craftsman Bungalow home is one of the most common house styles that emerged from the Arts & Crafts movement of the early 20th century. Shallow pitched roofs, exposed rafter tails and a mixture of materials like brick, shingles and siding are all telltale characteristics. Our example is a 1-1/2 story bungalow variation that first appeared in the early 1900s and remains popular today.
craftsman bungalow home style

Explore Options For Traditional Windows & Create Your Own

Use our easy step-by-step design tool to design the perfect window for your traditional home. Explore and select from a wide variety of options including interior and exterior colors, hardware styles and finishes, grille patterns and trim.
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American Farmhouse

The traditional American Farmhouse style window is a double-hung window in pine or oak with a honey or mocha finish.
Cape Cod Window Style from Andersen® Windows

Cape Cod

White window exteriors and white exterior trim were common in original Cape Cod style homes.
Craftsman Bungalow Window Style from Andersen® Windows

Craftsman Bungalow

Craftsman Bungalow window colors favor warm, earthy browns, greens, burgundies and yellows. 

An Unparalleled Selection Of Traditional Windows & Doors

Andersen has the right windows for the traditional family home, no matter how big your dreams, or how small your budget. We offer everything from affordable windows for entry-level homes to elaborate combinations for one-of-a kind designs.
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Beauty in the Details

Our wide assortment of grille styles and patterns, window and door hardware and art glass patterns can help achieve a traditional look in any home.
Window & Door Grilles from Andersen® Windows


Customize the look of your windows and doors with a variety of architecturally authentic grille types and patterns.
Window & Door Hardware from Andersen® Windows


Customize your windows and doors with a wide array of hardware styles and finishes.
Window & Door Art Glass from Andersen® Windows

Art Glass

With art glass from Andersen, you can enhance a transparent look, express your individuality or add a touch of elegance.