704 arched windows with Gothic style cathedr Home Design Photos

Scott Alexander, LLC
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Saddlehorn Tuscany Home
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arched windows with Gothic style cathedr
like the style and two tone colors
“like the style and two tone colors” — jimbob1123
Polhemus Savery DaSilva
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House at Cotchpinicut
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Gothic Revival Pointed arches, steep roof, elaborate windows which metal patterns on them, made of stone, and angular windows.
Nice style will blend well with the city where I currently live
the architecture is delineated. The inspiration for these designs stemmed from the Gothic cathedrals in Europe; Gothic was one of the more significant fashions of architecture in the Middle Ages. Originally this style was popular as a revival in the middle of the 19th century in the United States, in
Gothic Revival StyleGothic revival homes are rare, but just about anyone can identify them quickly due to the signature pointed arch. In this extraordinary modern example, the expression of its theme is repeated clearly throughout the home. Be sure to click through to the page containing other photos
“gothic” — jacksontajewaun3
J Wilson Fuqua & Assoc. Architects
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Briarwood Lane
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name of the table. , style or model.
Beautiful room, I love the Tudor arches
Love this room, especially the arched window (tops) ... Could you
you be so kind as to tell me where the arched windows were fabricated? Thank you, Rob E.
ehrenworth, We didn't provide the windows on this project, but you may be interested in our similar line of Renaissance Solid Bronze Windows and Doors. Our solid bronze windows offer affordable luxury with narrow sight lines, high strength, and low maintenance. All of our windows come fully glazed with triple
Love the architecture. The windows are gorgeous.
Love the gothic arches and window details
the windows;, the space and light
“Arched windows” — alialislp
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Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
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Stamford Entry Foyer
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We love this unique door and the way the inside of the house mocks the arch of the door!
Archways. How can we incorporate this style into ours?
Inject high-old-workd style with a Gothic arch door.
Add character with age. "This door is a great example of client collaboration," says Hugh Randolph of Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects. "The homeowner was also the builder, and his wife is a designer with a great sense of style. She found the door
from Austin."He adds, "The Gothic arched door became the inspiration for the interior arches from the entry hall to the adjoining rooms. And the fact that it's an old door adds greatly to the character of the house."
This room is modern and spacious, but the gothic arches and the antique wooden door
“arches” — livvyliv10
Haddonstone Ltd
Haddonstone - Follies
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Haddonstone Ltd Save to Ideabook Email Photo To many, Gothic gardens inspire mysterious thoughts, but stonework doesn't have to bring visions of cemeteries and tombstones. Arched windows, pillars or even just sections of stonework can add
To many, Gothic gardens inspire mysterious thoughts, but stonework doesn't have to bring visions of cemeteries and tombstones. Arched windows, pillars or even just sections of stonework can add that touch of mystery while also creating a great framework for climbing plants. Old stonework can be found
“Where can I find the stone work!” — minddreaming
Andrew Renn
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Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
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I like the gothic looking garden gate.
I love the white gothic door, I see this in my courtyard.
House nice gate for arch at front of house
Nice arched doorway into the garden. Not sure about gothic (pointed) arch.
Love the nod to the gothic window in the house.
Garden FeaturesThe pointed arch is without a doubt one of the most Gothic architectural features. Often seen in the majestic Gothic cathedrals of northern France and England, the pointed arch took over for the more rounded Romanesque arch in the 12th century. Here it is used as a beautiful gateway, setting
design style that they become iconic. You'd assume that this arched door in a garden wall was built to complement a Tudor-style cottage, for example. The diamond-pattern lattice in the door's upper portion is echoed by X-shaped bracing on the lower portion of the door. Utterly charming.
“Adorable door” — mschippert4
Pine Street Carpenters & The Kitchen Studio
25 Reviews
History Restored
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Known as "Edgewood," this home on the National Register of Historic Places was built on a Revolutionary War battlefield in 1845. Combining Gothic Revival architecture with Quaker influences - and a tower addition built in 1889 - "Edgewood" stands out in a region dominated by Colonial architecture. Photo
Gothic--- pointed arches steep roof dark colors angular windows
Gothic Revival House Style Features: pointed arch shape, steeply pitched gable roof, decorative tracery
gothic revival: mansard roof, decorative arched windows, and brick
- Black Windows / Red Trim
This is a Gothic Revival home because of the flat roof, small arched windows, and the unique window shutters.
Gothic Revival 1) Grouped chimney 2)elaborate trim 3)pointed roofs
“beautiful” — Zaranda Hicks
Rick Hoge
Gaillardia show home
Ideabooks2,336
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Looks great. Same style, different trim and fabric.
I love the cathedral look of the window, especially with the cathedral ceiling.
Love the stone work & Gothic arch~
I love the wall and window
furniture ideas windows
cathedral window, lamp, brick
window, beams, LOVE IT!
The window and wall shape
Good Shape of the Window
Love stone and window
That Gothic Window!...Beautiful arch...the window shape...Chairs by window...Gothic window...Window Treatments
“chandelier. Want something not too "crystally" because this will be in the kitchen” — ashjodi
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