Tudor Style front doors and Windows

Distinctive design

Originating in England in the 15th century, Tudor architecture is most easily recognized by the use of dark, vertical half timbers on the top portion of the home, typically combined with lighter-colored stucco. The bottom portion of the house commonly features brick or stone, giving the home a stately English cottage feel. Tudor-style front doors often showcase a dark, rich woodgrain finish with characteristics such as embossed panels, arch-top glass, or accessories such as speakeasys, hinge straps, or clavos. Tudor window styles may include features such as groupings of tall, narrow casement windows, double hung windows with Colonial grids, eyebrow shaped windows, or windows with decorative glass.

Tudor homes became popular in America in the early 1900s, marking a Tudor Revival period that began to fade during the Great Depression. Often referred to as “Stockbrokers Tudors,” Tudor style homes were commonly built in affluent suburban neighborhoods, and today they serve as an elegant reminder of days gone by.

Attributes of a Tudor-style home

Stately and distinguished

Tudor homes typically share these common features.

  • Two or three stories
  • Steep slate roof with multiple dormers and gables
  • Asymmetrical architecture
  • Mixed building materials, including half timbers on top portion of the house
  • Large chimneys
  • Tall, narrow, multi-paned windows and decorative entryways

Popular tudor-style front Doors

The perfect entry door for your timeless Tudor

When you’re looking for a door for your Tudor-style home, you want options that will enhance the charm and character of the home. ProVia offers these recommendations for Tudor-style front doors.

Popular Tudor Window Styles

Old-world charm meets modern energy efficiency

Tudor-style homes have a rich history and distinct look, and ProVia has window styles that will stay true to your home’s architecture while maximizing energy efficiency.

Popular Glass options for your tudor style home

Enhance your door or window

If you’re looking for glass options for your doors or windows that will enhance the unique characteristics of your Tudor home, we recommend the following styles:

Popular Finish options for Tudor-style homes

Explore color

Neutral earth tones are popular color options for Tudor homes, but the colors for doors and windows can be bold in comparison with other muted earth tones on the house.

Explore popular exterior house styles

Architecture at a glance​


Cape Cod

  • 1 or 1 ½ story with dormer windows and a steep roofline
  • Clapboard siding
  • Practical and uncomplicated in design


  • Two story, salt-box style home
  • Symmetrical architecture
  • Double hung windows with grids
  • Steep, side-gabled roofs


  • Occasional wide, overhanging eaves
  • A covered front porch
  • Pillars lining the entry
  • Double hung windows


  • Primarily white, with contrasting shutters or window & door trim
  • Simple, practical architecture
  • Large, covered porch and metal roof


  • Clean lines and geometric shapes
  • Natural materials like wood, stone and exposed concrete
  • Flat or low-pitched gable or shed roof


  • Arched entryways or windows
  • Barrel tile roofs
  • Light-colored stucco walls
  • Woodgrain doors, typically in rich colors


  • Mix of half timbers, stucco, stone or brick with decorative entryways
  • Steep slate roof with dormers & gables
  • Tall, narrow, multi-paned windows


  • Asymmetrical design
  • Large wrap-around porches
  • Ornate decorative trim
  • Towers, turrets and dormers

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