10,250 Queen Anne Style Home Design Photos

HartmanBaldwin Design/Build
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Sumner Residence
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Built in 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 hired us to restore the home to its original grandeur in 1992. We even managed to uncover the original paint scheme and replicate the historic
Gothic Revival style house. Features- steep roof, turrets
similar in style to the current house
This authentic and distinguished California Victorian house is known as Queen Anne style
Queen Anne. This authentic and distinguished California Victorian house is known as Queen Anne style. Interestingly, the refined fretwork that you see here is most likely an indigenous interpretation.
VictorianThe Victorian style was most popular from 1860 to 1890. Shown is an example of folk Victorian style. These homes usually occurred in more rural settings between 1870 to 1910, built as materials became more affordable
“color” — flojo995
Dennis Mayer, Photographer
26 Reviews
Buena Vista Beauty
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Queen Anne style with tower in San Francisco. Love Queen Anne style.
House Style Features: triangular pediment, hipped roof with dormers, columns
Queen Anne Features: Tower Decor Asymmetrical
Queen Anne: tower, porch, very decorative
Beautiful round turrets on Queen Anne style home
"On larger parcels and in more suburban settings, Queen Annes often proudly host prominent tower elements, such
On larger parcels and in more suburban settings, Queen Annes often proudly host prominent tower elements, such as in this San Francisco example. Clear is the medieval form on houses of this type. The invention of wire nails and balloon framing enabled architects and builders to create free forms and
and irregularly shaped plans. The resulting complex elevations and layouts contribute to the enormous variations of this style.
“Three level turret” — theaderogbas5
SPACE Architects + Planners
Lincoln Park Residence
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Tiffany style windows add elegance to the entry way of your home
Light the way to responsible living. The homeowners of this Queen Annestyle home in Chicago's trendy Lincoln Park neighborhood are doing their part in creating a more environmentally friendly future, and it shows in their
opaque, glaziers fused a thin layer of dark colored hot glass to a thick layer of hot clear glass. The stained glass in this historic 19th-century Queen Annestyle home is just stunning.
“Top stained glass deign” — lsteckley
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Traditional Exterior
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Queen Anne Style: Turrets, Gable roofing, multiple floors
This house is Queen Anne style because of the decorative trim and high pitched roofs
Queen Anne Exterior, Gable + Roofing
This Queen Anne is Absolutely Beautiful
AnneThe Queen Anne style is considered the most recognizable of the Victorian-era homes. These homes were popular from the 1870s through the 1900s and were greatly influenced by British architect Richard Norman Shaw. The style is often characterized by ornamentation and excess — steep rooflines and porches
reside in the U.S. Northeast. Half 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 is well recognized. Classical elements combine with all of the above elements in later Victorian-era examples
“Location?” — hugsandwhiskers
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Victorian Splendor
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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 present in the restoration of this property to its original 19th century elegance. The design satisfied historical requirements with its attention
around porch of Queen Anne style home
"Wraparound porches are found on many less-urban examples, such as this Boston house. Notice the similarity to the shingle style, which coincided with Queen Anne architecture
house. Notice the similarity to the shingle style, which coincided with Queen Anne architecture.
High style Queen Anne with subdued monochromatic paint scheme.
Wraparound porches are found on many less-urban examples, such as this Boston house. Notice the similarity to the shingle style, which coincided with Queen Anne architecture.
“For bulb out” — adeome
Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
64 Reviews
French Colonial Living Room
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QUEEN ANNE 1. Small and delicate 2. Elongated S-curves 3. Cherry wood 4. Brass handles
Queen Anne Table 1. Small and delicate 2. Elongated S-curves 3. Cherry wood 4. Brass handles
This is an example of a French-style 19th-century marquetry desk. The drawers display a delicate flower and vine pattern, which is embellished with gold ormolu on the Queen Annestyle legs.
This is an example of a French-style 19th-century marquetry desk. The drawers display
This is an example of a French-style 19th-century marquetry desk. The drawers display a delicate flower and vine pattern, which is embellished with gold ormolu on the Queen Annestyle legs.
“traditional” — hebaafarouk
Kimberley Bryan
6 Reviews
My Houzz: 1891 Queen Anne Home with a View
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My Houzz: 1891 Queen Anne Home with a View
It is called Queen Anne style
Beautiful color and lovely vintage style.
Name of style. Trim. Exterior finish
place. A home in Nebraska feels very different than one in Southern California, Connecticut or Texas. Even if homes in different regions are similar in style, the sense of a place seeps in. The history of a place, the personality of a region (and even a specific neighborhood), and how you feel about living
Like many homes in Astoria, Bourgouin and McCormack's Queen Annestyle home perches on a sloped hill while nestling up to the base of yet another hill, affording them a theater-seating view toward the majestic Columbia River."Astoria was always a working town. Being on the river, it was a fish-processing
“what not to do” — xynephadyn
Bagnato Architects
Mantel Street Melbourne Australia
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This red brick Queen Anne home was restored internally & externally with new circular driveway & garden edging & complete restoration of the front facade.
Trim color is great. Brick and mortar are not my style.
Federation Bungalow. Towards the end of this architectural period came the Federation Bungalow – a transition between the Queen Anne-style and the California Bungalow that became so popular around World War I. Federation Bungalows vary in appearance but are often characterised by a homely simplicity
“door ?” — tinche2904
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