229,006 Classical Details Home Design Photos

Christy Dillard Kratzer
3 Reviews
Buckhead
Ideabooks11,234
Questions19
The wall color is called Fresh Air from Benjamin Moore in the classic paint deck.
stems from combining classical details with elements that reflect the evolving nature of design. Christy ensures that even the most traditional design resonates with artistic flair. Regardless of a project's size and scope, Christy's fresh approach, creative flair, and attention to detail always result in
“Ottoman and settee” — claudiamcdonald5
Rock Spring Design Group LLC (David Verespy, ASLA)
Scotts Cove
Ideabooks1,476
Questions2
Beautiful! Where can I find side light windows with this detail?
mixture of materials, details and windows makes for a unique composition here. Double-hung windows are characteristically grouped on the first level but are capped with a wood lintel supporting the stone veneer. The balanced placement of oval windows and the classically detailed porch and entrance surround
Scale, stone, brick & wood detailing
i love this detail on the porch
surround confirm its relation to Renaissance architecture, which supported the Georgian era. The combination of colonial details and otherwise rustic appearance continue to be favored in neoeclectic versions of colonial revivals.
love the glass detail at the sides of the front door!
“Stone” — nanwilliams3
Sundeleaf Painting
9 Reviews
Residential Exteriors
Ideabooks4,752
Questions7
@Rahm...just having a photo is ok. We have that right. But we can't share details about colors on this specific property...that is all.
Specific details here are not my taste, but love the idea of the walkway from the entry to the sidewalk
colonial-era styles that were based in Renaissance classical aesthetics. Most, though not all, colonial revival homes are symmetrical (as the one shown is), with classically detailed entrance porches and grouped double-hung windows. Differences between classically based houses can be subtle, and suburban d
Colonial revival. After Georgian style proliferated and evolved into the more sophisticated Adam style, ancient classical architecture took hold in the succeeding period — the middle of the 19th century. That period lasted until the proliferation of Victorian-era houses, of which most had medieval roots
“doorway” — eicronin22
Traditional Exterior
Ideabooks2,504
Questions4
centered gable for decorative effect. Some classical details define it as traditional, but the proportion and arrangement of the windows depart from precedent. Notice the two large bay windows on the first level. This distinguishes the house without adhering to classical order.
I love this! It's classic. It just feels--right.
centered gable for decorative effect. Some classical details define it as traditional, but the proportion and arrangement of the windows depart from precedent. Notice the two large bay windows on the first level. This distinguishes the house without adhering to classical order.
“Look” — cmansolillo
Sicora Design/Build
6 Reviews
Salem Avenue Renovation
Ideabooks99,380
Questions80
high gloss black front door. Rockport Gray HC-105 was used on rear two story porch columns. Bavarian Cream BM 2146-70 (50% darkened) small wood trim detail on columns. Bavarian Cream BM 2146-70 used on all window trim.Cromwell Gray was used on all window sashes. BM Black 2132-10 (high gloss) on front door
We do have this floor plan available for sale. You can contact us directly at contactus@sicora.com for details. Thank you for your interest in Sicora!
Absolutely love the color of the house, the wood door is classic, perfect for first time home owners, awesome architectural structure!!!
The fresh attractive colour details speaks a thousand words.i love it.
reference to classical detailing, the shingle style began to appear under the Victorian umbrella of design in the late 19th century. It ironically stems from medieval architecture — that is, the period of building between the end of ancient classical and the beginning of Renaissance classical. Original
“Trim on front dormer” — vannie_cash
Reynolds Architecture- Northfield, Illinois
12 Reviews
Classic North Shore Residences
Ideabooks1,889
Questions1
Reynolds Architecture-Northfield Il. Classic Northshore Residences
Classic French style, clean but elegant lines.
Reynolds Architecture. Northfield, IL. French eclectic architectural style. Outstanding composition, attention to detail and amenities. Great hydrangeas!
y examples could be picturesque, mimicking the character of country cottages and farmhouses, or they could be very formal, with Renaissance classical detailing and carefully ordered and proportioned elevations. Some of the picturesque examples have characteristics similar to those of medieval English
Like the clean, classic lines. One of my faves.
scale and charming details relate well. Note these French eclectic details: prominent chimney, round dormers with oval windows, flared eave, Renaissance classical detailing, segmented arches and casement windows. Special to this house is the prominent arched pediment with a detailed relief.
“exterior” — mnmacke72
Style De Vie
2 Reviews
Andy Berman Residence
Ideabooks1,757
Questions7
Berman bought a test subject, a 1930s Spanish home in Los Feliz, with the idea of mixing its rounded curves and classic details with modern furnishings. He imagined a downtown loft set inside the large-scale rooms. “An eclectic-industrial interpretation of 1930s design,” Berman says.To achieve this,
consider his vision. The two hit it off, and Hyrb agreed to consult on the interior design and build almost every piece of furniture.They kept the classic arches but replaced the coffee-with-cream-colored walls typical of that era with white. They installed about 80 recessed lights throughout the house
“Brown chairs” — Leslie Sikyta
Soorikian Architecture
6 Reviews
Home Renovation and Addition in Decatur
Ideabooks13,271
Questions11
Love the red door, black shutters and white trim...classic
are two windows set in a projection of the elevation. It has a classically detailed entrance surround and a tiny porch. The color scheme, with a red entrance door, is a favorite in this style.More: Tracing Your Traditional Home's Classic Ancestors
“Red door” — Mary McKenna
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