9,646 Early Empire Home Design Photos

Jay Greene Photography
5 Reviews
Elevations
Ideabooks4,357
Questions3
This is Second Empire Victorian but not in a pure sense. There is some Gothic Revival in the steeply pitched dormers with decorative vergeboard, and bracketed
Early century brick Victorian style home with arched top windows and matching shutters
the roof of the building.The Second Empire style of the late 19th century and French eclectic styles of the early 20th century exhibit this trait. Their
Second Empire. When Renaissance influence spread northward into France in the 16th century, the French overlaid the fashion upon their existing architecture
oriented expressions define them as Renaissance.This beautiful historic Second Empire–style house may not readily seem classical, but its symmetrical elevation
“Fence” — pmccobb
Emerick Architects
8 Reviews
Breakfast Room
Ideabooks6,123
Questions8
exactly like this. I can tell you the exact formula of mine. It was 2 parts of Early American ( by Minwax) mixed with 1 part Gunstock ( by Minwax) you could mix
red oak stain early american and gunstock
red oak with 2 parts early american, 1 part gunstock stain.
Floor Stain 2 parts Early American 1 part Gunstock
parts Early American and 1 part Gunsmoke Minwax.
2 parts Early American & 1 part Gunstock - Minwax
Color of floors....2 parts Early American and 1 part Gunstock ( Minwaw)
2 parts of Early American ( by Minwax)
“Cabinets” — vromo226
Phoenix Renovations
9 Reviews
Arlington Living Room
Ideabooks573
Questions6
The floors are Red Oak hardwood and the stain is Minwax Early American. You can see all the Minwax colors here: ...
the stain is Minwax Early American.
Early America...Early American floors....Early American...Early American Midwax...early american on white oak...Early American Floor...red oak early american stain...Floor color minwax early american
“he floors are Red Oak hardwood and the stain is Minwax Early American.” — homestuff44
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Plum and Crimson Fine Interior Design
2 Reviews
2008 Showcase of Homes
Ideabooks1,693
Questions6
Thanks ! The floor is 2 1/4" #1 Common red oak with a 50/50 mix of Early American and Provincial stain.
Early American or Colonial - Early American furniture is rudimentary, utilitarian furniture made
red oak - 50/50 early American and provincial
50/50 mix early american and provincial...Early American and Provincial stain...Half Early Am + Provincial...Early American and provincial...50/50 early minwax american/provincial
“Provincial floors” — acalitri
Jason Ball Interiors, LLC
18 Reviews
Allen Residence - Whole Home Design and Remodel
Ideabooks5,783
Questions10
The floor is a red oak and the stain color is Early American
Red oak with early American stain
Red oak wi Early American stain...Early American...early american stain...Red oak early american stained...early american midway...red oak - early american
“Cabinet” — Jake Tupy
Jones & Boer Architects, Inc.
3 Reviews
Georgian Manor
Ideabooks365
Questions2
Early Georgian. Early Georgian (1714–1760) is named after kings George I and George II. Early Georgian furniture is a more
a sub-category of early Georgian. The wood of choice was walnut, eventually morphing to mahogany.
(1714–1760) is named after kings George I and George II. Early Georgian furniture is a more ornate version of Queen Anne, characterized by heavier proportions
Early Georgian. Early Georgian (1714–1760) is named after kings George I and George II. Early Georgian furniture is a more ornate version of Queen Anne
pierced back splats, and the use of gilding. Chippendale is a sub-category of early Georgian. The wood of choice was walnut, eventually morphing to mahogany
early georgian period 1714 - 1760
“layout” — scenter
Becki Peckham
My Houzz: Upscale Townhome With A View In Downtown St. John's
Ideabooks7,185
Questions4
2 parts early american to 1 part gunstock
Two parts early American, one part gunstock.
Red oak. 2 parts early american, 1 part gunstock
look exactly like this. It was Minwax stain, and the formula was 2 parts Early American to 1 part Gun Stock. My floors are Red Oak. Try a sample on a small
2 parts Early Am to one part gunstocks
“English chestnut floor” — laurennessler
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Avila Valley Estate
Ideabooks5,485
Questions3
long-blooming perennial, blanket flower is a top choice. It begins flowering early in the summer and lasts until the frosty weather. During that time flowers
reseeds. If the plants become too crowded or start to die back, divide in early spring. Cutting for arrangements will encourage repeat blooms.
long blooming blanket flower , flowers early summer to frosty winter.
long-blooming perennial, blanket flower is a top choice. It begins flowering early in the summer and lasts until the frosty weather. During that time flowers
reseeds. If the plants become too crowded or start to die back, divide in early spring. Cutting for arrangements will encourage repeat blooms.
“Colors” — mikejhayden
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