3,901 greek revival interior Home Design Photos

Arlington Construction Management
19 Reviews
Great Falls Greek Revivial
Ideabooks9
Questions0
Great Falls Greek Revivial
Greek Revival Style home
“container on capital, bluestone walk” — sylgreer
Eric Stengel Architecture, llc
Classical Revival conservatory
Ideabooks73
Questions0
Doric: Distinctly Classical. The Doric was the simplest as well as the most masculine of the original Greek orders. There are minimal decorative elements and, in its original form, no base.
2. Doric: Distinctly Classical. The Doric was the simplest as well as the most masculine of the original Greek orders. There are minimal decorative elements and, in its original form, no base.Here, the Doric order is used to lend a distinctly classical, antique and formal quality to the project.
“Greek” — lisaayson
J Wilson Fuqua & Assoc. Architects
1 Review
Highland Park Continental
Ideabooks34
Questions0
greek revival
“Portico” — soniaozi
J Wilson Fuqua & Assoc. Architects
1 Review
Highland Park Continental
Ideabooks37
Questions0
greek revival
“i love the pool” — madelinchavarria
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
Georgia Greek Revival
Ideabooks800
Questions1
Georgia Greek Revival
Greek rivial
“Mantle” — margospector
Interiors
4 Reviews
Studio 212 Interiors
Ideabooks62
Questions1
what company is the greek key pillow fabric?
greek key pillows on neutral ground
Greek key long pillow
Studio 212 Interiors
greek key fabric
“love the pillows” — basha45
Cristi Holcombe Interiors, LLC
2 Reviews
green and neutral family room
Ideabooks4,547
Questions7
Where do I buy the green pillow with the Greek key design? Thank you... Margaret
Green pillows w/ black & white Greek key trim, wonderful driftwood lamp w/ black shade, green and white chevron curtains, dove gray sofa.
greek key cushions and lamps
Cristi Holcombe Interiors, LLC
Greek key and print
“That lamp!” — zinkr
Teakwood Builders, Inc.
6 Reviews
Correcting Character
Ideabooks6
Questions0
Saratoga Springs, NY An historic colonial home whose side entry had become the more natural main entry. To highlight this entry, Teakwood built a Greek Revival entry porch with open portico, twin support columns, a wall of Palladian windows, and strong pediment to match to the roof slope of the original
“Yes” — carolynvan
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Closets by Design
Northern Virginia Area Custom Made Closet Organization
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Patty Lustig - Decor & You
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
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