Bespoke Windows

New Wooden Windows custom-made for your home

With endless variations in proportion and characteristics, no two wooden windows are the same. So, if you’re planning the renovation or replacement of your period windows, you need a solution that is bespoke and equipped to help you preserve these original features of your home. That’s why everything that we make in Ventrolla’s dedicated joinery workshop is tailor-made for each project, whether it’s an individual new sash or a complete new casement window. 


As well as the archetypal period window styles, during our 35-year history we’ve hand-made all sorts of unusually shaped, large scale, or miniature designs.


Whether your wooden windows are typical of their era, or individual ‘one-offs’, we have the experience and expertise that you can depend on. 

Bespoke Window Case Studies

Whether it’s one period window or one hundred, we’ve helped to transform many period homes and buildings, spanning the Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian eras. From terraces, cottages, mansions, and villas, to schools, hospitals, courts and historic civic buildings, and everything in between. We’ve gathered examples of our projects, to inspire yours.

New Windows In Victorian Edinburgh Home

The project included a variety of window styles, each with their own set of specific requirements to consider. The Ventrolla team created a bespoke plan, before hand-making and installing a combination of new timber sash and casement, double-glazed windows, and a replacement double-glazed sash for the ground floor bay window.

19th Century Casement Windows Restored in Cambridgeshire

The wooden front bay window of the property was carefully renovated and draught proofed as part of the restoration project. “I thought it would be a great idea to save some of the original wood and glass and asked Ventrolla to use these materials to help restore my windows back to their former glory.”

Kingston Registry Office
Window Renovation

More than 100 sash windows were renovated to their former glory, in the Kingston Registry Office. The project included a combination of period window shapes and varying degrees of renovation to suit each window.