80,861 classic dentil Home Design Photos

Dijeau Poage Construction
Presidio Heights Residence
porch detail, dentil...classical front elevation...Classic styling
“Stucco color” — artbucky
Pinemar, Inc
2 Reviews
Bryn Mawr Stone Colonial
the leading on the windows, but want something a little different from classic 5-panel.
Portico dentil moulding...Dentil on top...classic, tasteful
“Portico dentil moulding” — businesswomen3900
ACR Villa Skovly
accent wall w/dentil work corbels and shelf
Cabinets, dentil molding and chair rail, wainscoting, modern and traditional mixed aesthetic
“Stainless baseboard” — bluesyhughesy
Tucker & Marks
1 Review
Georgian Residence
can exhibit the classical elements that were embraced in the Renaissance and later in England; pilasters, arches, pediments, and dentil crown molding are
Dentils and open pediment
“The walls are painted in Benjamin Moore HC-84 Elmira White, the trim and ceiling are painted in Benj” — glaaat
Buckingham Interiors + Design LLC
5 Reviews
Bucktown Renovation
I love the way classic gray looks in this picture. It seems to almost look white
Is there a better gray you would recommend with my ceilings or would the classic gray work well?
Benjamin Moore Classic Gray! Thank you for your question! Julia & The Buckingham I+D Team
That table is an original Saarinen table. Such a classic design
The wall color is Classic Gray from Benjamin Moore. Thank you for your inquiry! Julia and the Buckingham
Classic Gray from Benjamin Moore wall colour
“These brass table lamps.” — parismama74
Cardea Building Co.
5 Reviews
Front Facade
Stone colored body, cream trim, should be a navy or other deep blue trim, would not use black. Classic look
Beige OutsideA beige Victorian with navy trim. A classic.
Skinny dentil molding...classic sf...with navy trim. A classic...classic house...Warm and classic
“two-tones” — shelleymam
Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc
Stone Georgian Home
Dentil only above door, shutters-typical louvered up, paneled below
Love the warmth of this home. and the classical Georgian style
English architects in the 17th century studied classical styles and produced disciplines that directly advanced into 18th-century America. In order of
three significant American styles developed from British Renaissance classical influence: Georgian, Adam and colonial revival. Georgian and Adam came
stic of that style, several signatures of which allude to Renaissance classical architecture. These include the symmetrical front with five rows of windows
“looks conservative” — Brian Klatt
Greg Natale
closer to olive paired with marble accents will keep your kitchen looking classic for years to come.
y apartment, high-end tiles add a dramatic element to the kitchen. The classic black and white floor tiles laid in a diamond pattern are given a modern
Recreate a Parisian-style apartment kitchenDesigner Greg Natale uses classic black-and-white floors juxtaposed with strong green cabinetry to create
“sink to stove” — maryhartquick
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