3,377 "prairie style" Home Design Photos

Gelotte Hommas Architecture
13 Reviews
Prairie Style Architecture
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Prairie Style Architecture
prairie style house
“Flw” — Alan Andersen
Northern Virginia Design Firm
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We deliver “ceiling to floor” interior design services, and 17 years of experience has afforded our design team the opportunity to share our passion for design and creating unique interior spaces.
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Gelotte Hommas Architecture
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Prairie Style Architecture
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Prairie Style Architecture
prairie style house
“corner window” — samandizzy
WDN Architecture, LLC
Prairie Style Residence
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Prairie Style Residence
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WDN Architecture, LLC
Prairie Style Residence
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Prairie Style Residence
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prairie style office
Marshall Architects
3 Reviews
Luxury Prairie-Style Kitchen
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Luxury Prairie-Style Kitchen
Prairie Style interior
Prairie Style Kitchen
“Adds a bit of curve into an area otherwise dictated by straight lines” — Kelsey Reed
Habitat Architecture
7 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks41
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Prairie Style interior
minimalist prairie style, central fp
“Little nook across from the dining room” — Kelsey Reed
Rawlings Design, Inc.
7 Reviews
Perlowski-Merrit Residence
Ideabooks4
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This house, designed by Eric Rawlings, AIA, LEED AP and built by Arlene Dean, illustrates the flexibility of the Prairie Style by emphasizing the Japanese influences. Elements like the Torii Gate framing the circular front door and the Shoji Screens that separate the Dining Room and Play Room from the
Room inside show the compatibility of traditional Japanese Architecture and the Arts and Crafts movement that both influenced the creation of the Prairie Style in the mid 1890s. Photo by Eric Rawlings, AIA, LEED AP
Rawlings Design, Inc.
7 Reviews
Perlowski-Merrit Residence
Ideabooks12
Questions0
This house, designed by Eric Rawlings, AIA, LEED AP and built by Arlene Dean, illustrates the flexibility of the Prairie Style by emphasizing the Japanese influences. Elements like the Torii Gate framing the circular front door and the Shoji Screens that separate the Dining Room and Play Room from the
Room inside show the compatibility of traditional Japanese Architecture and the Arts and Crafts movement that both influenced the creation of the Prairie Style in the mid 1890s. Photo by Eric Rawlings, AIA, LEED AP
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