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Richard Leggin Architects
Tidewater Traditions - Arrival
white colonial kind of looks like our house
colonial style...garage style...Colonial style home no shutters...Colonial Farmhouse Exterior
“idea of separate garage/outbuilding connected to home by covered walkway” — sunshann
Jill Litner Kaplan Interiors
1 Review
Valentine Street Residence
covered cooking area. not necessarily this style
american colonial style...colonial rear windows...US colonial style...another style of US colonial
“Windows” — Tracy Mertes
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
classical styles and produced disciplines that directly advanced into 18th-century America. In order of occurrence, three significant American styles developed
here illustrates several common details that are characteristic of that style, several signatures of which allude to Renaissance classical architecture
with a chimney at each gable end and three centered and hipped dormers.The style first became popular in early 18th-century America and dominated domestic
“Portico” — dlwatkins
Lasley Brahaney Architecture + Construction
7 Reviews
Restored Eating Club
updated: 08.14.14 + Colonial style with shutters These classic homes never goes out of style
the style of shutters, black and white. Symetrical plantings at foundation.
Colonial Style...great addition to colonial house...House style
“Door/ mailbox?” — mattilynn4s
Clifford M. Scholz Architects Inc.
6 Reviews
Cliff Scholz
the colonial bed has no foot or head board
British Colonial style for naples....British Colonial...Overall British colonial style...paneled walls, British colonial decor...British Colonial Style
“paneling and exposed beams” — smuratta
Sundeleaf Painting
11 Reviews
Residential Exteriors
Colonial revival. After Georgian style proliferated and evolved into the more sophisticated Adam style, ancient classical architecture took hold in the
eclectic styles. Colonial revival homes, such as this one, became the most popular and replicated of eclectic fashions. Like others, this style took many
back on Georgian and other colonial-era styles that were based in Renaissance classical aesthetics. Most, though not all, colonial revival homes are symmetrical
this style is very common throughout the United States, and is still being replicated.Your turn: Do you see elements of your house in this style?Next:
Adam style- fanlight over the entrance
“Painted/stained concrete” — Kate McPhee
Affiniti Architects
7 Reviews
Dutch West Indies Estate
vacation-style appeal, with features like plantation shutters and oversize porches. This style includes island homes, colonial-plantation-style homes and
Front and centre levers has the colonial feel
vacation-style appeal, with features like plantation shutters and oversize porches. This style includes island homes, colonial-plantation-style homes and
showers, exotic woods and natural texturesMore info: So Your Style Is: TropicalSelecting styles for your products on Houzz? Find more information here.
“love the tall windows w shutters” — amarie1919
Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
68 Reviews
Spanish Bohemian in South Pasadena
home in South Pasadena was decorated to reflect the homeowners bohemian style, vintage collections, and subtle art deco features in the architecture.
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can’t, you’d take Santa Barbara, California, any day.See more on Spanish colonial style
square meters); 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms“Their new home is an elegant Spanish colonial, and it had great bones, pretty details and lots of great stuff to save
Your house is …Spanish colonial: Mi casa es su casa. You love curves and arches and white stucco exterior
“Cute” — mandaluv88
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Kim Kendall Interiors
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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