When choosing the perfect cupola, many homeowners like to mirror or highlight their home’s existing architectural elements - such as accent molding or unique shapes and designs. With our molding and roof options for cupolas, you can customize your cupola to look like a beautiful, organic extension of your home.
Our Estate Select Series of cupolas feature a variety of beautiful roof shapes, including the concave design shown here. The smooth, gentle curve of a concave roof allows it to blend seamlessly into an array of rooflines. The Roxbury cupola above also features custom arched window grids that provide an Old World cathedral feel, perfect for homeowners looking to add elegant charm to their home.
The Villa and Pinnacle style cupolas feature gorgeous, sweeping, bell-shaped roofs. These octagonal cupolas are complementary designs, featuring arched windows and arched louvers, respectively. Bell-shaped roofs are perfect for Victorian-style homes that feature curved architecture and designs.
Straight roofs offer clean, sharp lines that perfectly accentuate the traditional lines of homes such as Cape Cods or Colonials. The perfect addition to a townhouse or country estate, the Waterford features a winning combination of windows and louvers to add both natural light and ventilation to your home. Our cupola roofs are made from beautiful, durable 24-gauge copper and can come polished - shown here - or with a stunning patina finish.
Our Signature Series of cupolas showcases some of the beautiful molding options we offer, including the keystone accents shown above. The Alexander and Yarmouth cupolas also feature custom molding accents to highlight the louvers and windows, as well as custom molding along their bases.
The Greenfield cupola showcases a popular custom molding style known as dentil molding. First used in ancient Greek and Roman architecture, this design features symmetrical blocks that stand out from the background material. Especially perfect for classical style architecture, dentil molding is an elegant statement piece on any home.
This stunning cedar cupola features an ever-popular design on its base known as board and batten. This style was first used to construct barns and sheds and is still sometimes referred to as “barn-siding.” It is the perfect accent for casual structures, such as country homes, barns, and garden sheds.
If you have a design idea, our cupolas specialists are ready to help you bring it to life! From shiplap bases and star accents to elongated or painted aluminum roofs, we can make your cupola dreams a reality. Call us today at 866-400-1776 to learn more about our molding and roof options for cupolas.
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