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M Valdes Architects PLLC
Prarie Meets Pampa Pavilion
We could finish our outdoor extension in a similar style? For example, finish the windows bases in pine.
authentic South Americanstyle barbecue for year-round use. See more: A Minnesota Pavilion Gets Cooking, South American Style
Classic Paulistano chairs — designed by Brazilian Paulo Mendes da Rocha — and a Brazilian hammock helped turn this pavilion in Minnesota into a South American–style barbecue station
an entertainment area of their own: an indoor-outdoor retreat complete with an authentic South American-style barbecue for year-round use. SEE MORE: A Minnesota Pavilion Gets Cooking, South American Style
“Screened in porch” — cpohl
Rice Residential Design
1 Review
Like the wood satin and style
inspiration from original American Tudor style. A mix of stone, brick and brick patterns exuberantly adorns the front of this house. Notice the lack of half timber or other wooden details, which typically lighten the overall appearance.Tudor remains an indelible American style, though its current popularity
build in a high-style fashion. Its attraction lies in the flexibility innate to the style and the intimate scale it achieves. Whether a modest cottage or a billionaire's mansion, the distinguished American Tudor makes a strong impression.More photos: Browse more photos of Tudor-style homes
“Mmmm. Quaint!” — subosits
Shannon Ggem ASID
13 Reviews
Woodsy appeal
Thank you for your inquiry, this is an American Art Deco (1920's) Walnut table, we sourced it from a prop house auction.
How to Save on Art DecoBuy American pieces. Within art deco, there is a split between American and European schools. European pieces are uber-high-quality craftsmanship and constructed of fine materials; American-style pieces are more from the machine age. The latter have less art and less deco, explains
Loughrey, director of Los Angeles Modern Auctions. For this reason he prefers to call American pieces of this period American moderne.The artistry in European pieces makes them highly collectible and expensive. American work comes cheaper. Let's define "cheaper," though: Instead of paying $24,000 for a
“i like the framed collection arrangement over the windows” — 59sonia
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Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
22 Reviews
Mill Valley "home Sweet home"
This California home combines several architectural styles, and the front porch gives it a dose of All-American style.
Quintessential American Front Porch....LOVE IT
The porch post and style
american flag...Actual style
“Lumiere escalier” — annmary87
Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc
Stone Georgian Home
English architects in the 17th century studied classical styles and produced disciplines that directly advanced into 18th-century America. In order of occurrence, three significant American styles developed from British Renaissance classical influence: Georgian, Adam and colonial revival. Georgian and
early-20th-century tastes turned to colonial revival styles, which are considered eclectic designs.Likely dating to the early 20th century, the Georgian-inspired home shown here illustrates several common details that are characteristic of that style, several signatures of which allude to Renaissance classical
townhouse versions. This revered and distinguished style populates just about every town across America in significant numbers and is still emulated in vernacular developments, particularly in the eastern United States.
“Dream house” — cwe3
Carla Aston | Interior Designer
11 Reviews
Porch and Exterior Mouldings Design and Colors
I love country style, and color!!!!!
entrance on an otherwise symmetrical front facade is quite common on American foursquare-style homes that lack a formal foyer.
A porte cochere and criss-crossing balustrades add to the vintage charm of this classic American foursquare-style home.
“For 167 Balsam porch” — KJ Wellings
Cardea Building Co.
5 Reviews
Front Façade
found throughout the U.S., but no tour of this style is complete without a trip to San Francisco. The late-19th-century gold rush and plentiful nearby forests provided extraordinary opportunities to build in an exuberant fashion.This is another American style that has wide variations in detail and form
“Trim” — Ashley Wilburn
Patrick Sutton Associates
2 Reviews
Georgetwon House
This townhouse is in a part of Georgetown filled with similar smaller homes. The rest of the house was designed in a very traditional American style, much like the other historic homes nearby. In the new space, custom cabinetry blends with the rest of the home's elegant interior design. A Calacatta gold
“White dove” — tjfisher20
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