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Michaelson Homes LLC
Like a colonial but a more modern take
Love the Colonial style and the different look that the shingles give it.
I like the dormers. This (and the style) is too much, though. M
Classic colonial wall
colonial and shingle
love style...Colonial style home...American colonial...assic Colonial
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Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
Ewing House Colonial Williamsburg
Georgian style portico and I think it needs to be smaller than 3 3/4"w blocks. I also prefer the curvy corbel-like shapes rather than the solid blocks. Do you know where I can buy them?
Colonial farmhouse with shutters. Transom over front door, dental moulding
the colonial feel; the dutch roof
restored by Colonial Williamsburg in 1940, a 20th-century porch was removed from the north facade, while the original framing was kept. Some of the interior woodwork, including the stairs, several doors and the flooring, survives from the 18th century.
Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc
Stone Georgian Home
Adam and colonial revival. Georgian and Adam came first within the colonial era, and then 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
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
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 Adam came first within the colonial era, and then
eclectic styles. Colonial revival homes, such as this one, became the most popular and replicated of eclectic fashions. Like others, this style took many forms but found its inspiration in a departure from fanciful Victorian design and a looking back on Georgian and other colonial-era styles that were
Colonial revival. After Georgian style proliferated and evolved into the more sophisticated Adam style, ancient classical architecture took hold in the succeeding period — the middle of the 19th century. That period lasted until the proliferation of
not all, colonial revival homes are symmetrical (as the one shown is), with classically detailed entrance porches and grouped double-hung windows. Differences between classically based houses can be subtle, and suburban developments often mimic authentic characteristics. Like the Georgian, this style is
Exterior Renovation 2012
not a fan of colonial style
Southern Colonial style!! This could be the one!
Southern Colonial...love this style!
Penza Bailey Architects
Georgian Colonial with Shed Dormers & Portico
to my colonial style home.
Colonial style with ROCK
colonial portico...The style...stone colonial!
Purdue Spring 2012
traditional Colonial style home that looks like it belongs in University Park, Texas.
Colonial with side-gabled roof
Lover style working shutter
Colonial Style Home Exterior
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