77,809 medieval home decorating Home Design Photos

TEA2 Architects
2 Reviews
Chateau Cache
Ideabooks1,910
Questions3
work custom work? I really like the different metal pieces that are used on the wood beams and the chandelier, it looks like a castle. If it were my home, I might go with a little bit of a darker wood for the beams. ...
Nice medieval feel with iron and stones, the chandelier is gorgeous, wondering what the mesh is
I wish I could make my living room like this sweet medieval living space!
medieval - dark wood, stone & iron
“railing ironworks” — Spencer Linick Stained Glass
Orren Pickell Building Group
5 Reviews
Mettawa Residence #4
Ideabooks1,228
Questions2
This home is an amalgamation of historical references, some classical and others vernacular, medieval and modern. The elevation illustrates classical symmetry, balance and massing; the steeply pitched roof feels medieval; and the streamlined detail ultimately defines it as modern. Yet the home's setting
This home is an amalgamation of historical references, some classical and others vernacular, medieval and modern. The elevation illustrates classical symmetry, balance and massing; the steeply pitched roof feels medieval; and
and the streamlined detail ultimately defines it as modern. Yet the home's setting also reflects the vernacular of similarly shaped homes in the vicinity.
This home is an amalgamation of historical references, some classical and others vernacular, medieval and modern. The elevation illustrates classical symmetry, balance and massing; the steeply pitched roof feels medieval; and the streamlined detail ultimately defines it as modern. Yet the home's setting
“driveway” — davisshannon
Robert Baumann, Architect
3 Reviews
Wine Country Spanish Estate
Ideabooks2,977
Questions2
Great interior for rotunda home
That definitely looks medieval!
Rustic medieval
“individual elements brought together” — moradagil
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Cedar Bluff
Ideabooks1,835
Questions0
reminds me of my dream home. This will always be part of my dream home.
Love this home but needs color
Variations on Shingle StyleMedieval form. The medieval Queen Anne form is apparent in this newly constructed shingle-style house. Notice how the shingles curve into certain window groups and how the top-floor windows have a brow above them. Also authentic to originals are double-hung windows with divided
options of the style. Some had simple classical columns, while others had massive stone- or shingle-clad piers at their porches.Does your house have a medieval heritage?
“Weathering” — apottercampbell
Fredman Design Group
12 Reviews
Eclectic Living Space
Ideabooks583
Questions1
The variety of textures and materials work extremely well in this neo medieval room.
medieval chandeliers
iron decor...medieval basement
“Ceiling” — Weezel Inc
Est Est, Inc.
5 Reviews
Sampling of Our Work
Ideabooks39,642
Questions22
tones in here are so calming! The decor may be just a bit too rigid, but it is stunning!
Medieval appearance
“If i could paint out my dream bathroom; this would Exceed my dream!!” — Kelly Garlough
dSPACE Studio Ltd, AIA
5 Reviews
Front Exterior
Ideabooks4,532
Questions6
This historic home and coach house in a landmark district on Astor Street was built in the late 1800’s. Originally designed as an 11,000sf single family residence, the home was divided into nine apartments in the 1960’s and had fallen into disrepair. The new owners purchased the property with a vision
into a home with an open floor plan and modern amenities for entertaining and family living, incorporating vintage details from the original property whenever possible. Program requirements included five bedrooms, all new bathrooms, contemporary kitchen, salon, library, billiards room with bar, home office
office, cinema, playroom, garage with stacking car lifts, and outdoor gardens with all new landscaping. The home is unified by a grand staircase which is flooded with natural light from a glass laylight roof. The first level includes a formal entry with rich wood and marble finishes, a walnut-paneled billiards
“colour of limestone” — katyalissovaia
AGC Masonry, Inc
Remodeling in Roseland
Ideabooks3,046
Questions8
tudor b/c it has a medieval look to it and multi-pane windows
I like the mixture of stone, brick and stucco with wooden beams. Additions to a Tudor home won't cause it to lose its charm! :)
half timbered (nonstructural) stucco, stone, brick veneer and wood siding, which mimic the timber-frame construction used in medieval times. Though there are thousands of these homes across the United States, highly detailed examples have been rarely replicated in the past 60 years. Many vernacular examples
Tudor StyleNamed more for a period than for physical attributes, Tudor style is eclectic, mixing many medieval English architectures. The type shown here exemplifies American examples popular in the first half of the 20th century. They are most distinctly characterized by steeply pitched, gabled roofs
“Pink bushes” — tscors
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