33,514 Queen Anne Home Design Photos

Traditional Exterior
Queen Anne Style: Turrets, Gable roofing, multiple floors
Queen AnneThe Queen Anne style is considered the most recognizable of the Victorian-era
This Queen Anne includes the trademark projecting gable roof, turret that turns the corner, and an abundance of windows. It does not, however, have the
timbering, similar to Tudor, is also found, though it’s relatively rare. Most Queen Anne examples exhibit the elaborate spindlework or fretwork for which the style
“Yellow.” — Scott Eastburn
Dennis Mayer, Photographer
26 Reviews
Buena Vista Beauty
queen anne-Elaborate motifs decorated gables, many stories
This is a queen anne house because it has a round turret and a gabled/hip roof.
This house is the Queen Anne Victorian. It is this because
On larger parcels and in more suburban settings, Queen Annes often proudly host prominent tower elements, such as in this San Francisco example. Clear
“garage set back” — Todd Marcotte
Becky Harris
Victorian Houses in Inman Park Atlanta
a pop­u­lar home style in the United States was the Queen Anne. The Queen Anne was clearly a tran­si­tional style, cre­at­ing
tall, thin tower to the other, the Queen Anne is a tall, up­right and proud house. At its base, the Queen Anne has a wide porch that wel­comes
This classic Queen Anne has a tower, projecting gable roof and front porch. From its Palladian
Palladian window in the gable to its Hindustani inspired tower roof, this Queen Anne typifies the eclecticism of its day.
“Nice” — creativemsking
Loudoun County's Premier Home Builder
Van Metre Homes is a homegrown builder with a reputation for blending the enduring traditions, quality and value you expect from us with design innovations for the way you live today.
HartmanBaldwin Design/Build
6 Reviews
Sumner Residence
1887 by Charles Burt Sumner, one of the founders of Pomona College, this Queen Anne-style Victorian home had fallen into neglect and disrepair. The College
queen anne style home, bright colors for exterior
Queen Anne. This authentic and distinguished California Victorian house is known as Queen Anne style. Interestingly, the refined
“My dream home! I'd choose different colors and I have no idea what the inside looks like but I love” — amandajared
Siemasko + Verbridge
15 Reviews
Victorian Splendor
Originally designed by J. Merrill Brown in 1887, this Queen Anne style home sits proudly in Cambridge's Avon Hill Historic District. Past was blended with
This is a Queen Victorian house because it is 2-3 stories and has bay windows.
Queen Anne Victorian because it has 2-3 stories
house. Notice the similarity to the shingle style, which coincided with Queen Anne architecture.
“ShinglesHuntington Beige HC-21: http://www.benjaminmoore.com/en-us/paint-color/huntingtonbeige Clap” — signi1
McCloud & Associates, LLC
Front Elevation
Queen Anne -tower -large front porch -large central chimney
description, Queen Anne porches can be simplified.
Queen Anne style porch an light, bright interiors
The porch on a Queen Anne is one of its more important spaces. Here the porch swells out to create a large space for family and friends to enjoy the outdoors
While most of the examples here exhibit elaborate color schemes, this Queen Anne revival is dignified with an all-white body. Everything else is true to
“20” — 585961mog
Traditional Bedroom
Queen Anne valance -- too much for GBR, but still nice-looking
furniture is made from wood, its a Queen Anne design. The size suits the room and
12. Queen Anne valance. This dramatic valance has a horizontally set cord detail near the top and a scalloped bottom edge with fringe. Each flat space
Queen Anne - The color goes with
“height of valance” — pirateforhire7
Becky Harris
Victorian Houses in Inman Park Atlanta
This home is a queen anne home because of the round tower and the irregular hip roof
more restrained Queen Anne, this time painted all white to reflect the approaching popularity of the Colonial Revival.
Queen Anne...This Queen Anne in Atlanta's Inman
“exterior” — Meredith Thomas
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