Custom windows are made-to-order when you want a window not found in our standard offering. Whether you want larger sizes of a wood, fiberglass or vinyl window, special shapes, curved or angled frames, intricate grille designs or stained or beveled glass, the possibilities are endless.
You dream it, Pella builds it.
From graceful curves to contemporary angles, Pella custom windows offer virtually endless design possibilities to achieve a one-of-a-kind look. From unique shapes and sizes to intricate grille patterns, artisanal glass options and specialty windows, let us help you design the custom window of your dreams. Operable custom wood windows are available in five shapes, while fixed wood, fiberglass and vinyl windows are available in 15 special shapes.
Explore your options below. For more information about designing a custom window, reach out your local Pella professional.
Looking for a more unique window, like a tilt-turn window or a French casement window? See Pella’s specialty window offerings and read more about the functionality of each.
Special Shape Windows by Material
Want to design a custom window? See what shapes are available in which window product lines before you get started.
Custom Window Ideas
From custom shapes and sizes to special grille patterns and hardware, learn more about why some opt for custom windows and what they love about them.
ROUND SPECIAL SHAPE WINDOWS
Rounded custom windows, including half- and quarter-circle windows can add elegance and softness to your windows. Hexagon, octagon, oval and full circle windows can be embellished for a more ornate look or left clean and simple for more contemporary appeal.
Rectangular Special Shape Windows
Rectangular custom windows, in combination with standard windows, can help blur the lines from the indoors to outdoors. More unique rectangular shapes, like trapezoids and parallelograms can be used as stunning standalone architectural features.
Triangular Special Shape Windows
Triangular custom windows are an ideal way to add visual interest to your home. Create a wall of windows where the triangle shape helps complement the roofline or use them on either side of a standard window to create an bold design.