57,733 medieval home decorating Home Design Photos

TEA2 Architects
2 Reviews
Chateau Cache
Ideabooks1,566
Questions2
were my home, I might go with a little bit of a darker wood for the beams. http://www.haroldgifts.com/listing.asp?dept_id=36150&nopopup=1
Nice medieval feel with iron and stones, the chandelier is gorgeous, wondering what the mesh is
I like medieval style house
Love the medieval feel!
Medieval iron and stonework.
Now that is medieval!
medieval look
“nice” — Jjada Coleman
AGC Masonry, Inc
Remodeling in Roseland
Ideabooks2,251
Questions5
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 can be found in later-20th-century developments, where common characteristics are lightly expressed.
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 can be found in later-20th-century developments, where common characteristics are lightly expressed.Next: Your
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 (another thatched-roof evolution) where at least one faces the front. Exterior walls are commonly
“Curving lines” — sarahadelmann
Morgan-Keefe Builders, Inc.
6 Reviews
Walnut Cove Chateau
Ideabooks4,378
Questions3
Looks medieval
Quite the medieval look!
Pub Decor...be more medieval
“everything” — myhacienda2013
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Robert Baumann, Architect
3 Reviews
Wine Country Spanish Estate
Ideabooks2,047
Questions1
We have a winner! From the woodwork to the iron work to the stone walls and monolithic wooden lintels, this home is a castle of the highest order. Appropriately, the photography must have left the gallows just out of the frame.
balance as a decorative piece
austin showcase home--San Antonio
rustic decor...DREAM HOME!!!!!...Medieval feel
“Foyer idea” — erae28
Gabberts Design Studio
26 Reviews
Staircase
Ideabooks6,545
Questions3
Love the overall medieval feel. The wrought iron especially.
little more medieval then I like
decorative iron work
family home...Medieval 2 of 2...style home.
“Walls are beautiful” — jamienale
David Pedersen, Inc.
1 Review
Curb Appeal
Ideabooks11,491
Questions2
sense of "home" to this custom made gate.
Sturdy medieval gate with stone wall.
Dark medieval gate, curved top
Door and decorative overhang planter
front entrance to home
my home...Medieval gate
“Backyard” — jameslee27
Tavan Developments
2 Reviews
4468 Pine Crescent
Ideabooks1,399
Questions1
Craftsman Homes. This enchanting Vancouver house borrows from American Tudor
Craftsman Homes This enchanting Vancouver house borrows from American Tudor for its half-timbered applique, as well as the Shingle style for the eyebrow dormer and medieval massing. Regardless, the Craftsman theme is carried out through exposed rafter tails, shingle and stucco siding, and a prominent porch
Makes home feel more accessible rather than LARGE/IMPERSONAL.
Craftsman HomesThis enchanting Vancouver house borrows from American Tudor for its half-timbered applique, as well as the Shingle style for the eyebrow dormer and medieval massing. Regardless, the Craftsman theme is carried out through exposed rafter tails, shingle and stucco siding, and a prominent porch
“The look” — rgarrett2
Orren Pickell Building Group
5 Reviews
Mettawa Residence #4
Ideabooks766
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
of the home and soften it up with more traditional exterior materials and that's fabulous!
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
shaped homes in the vicinity.Next: Does Your House Have Medieval Roots?
“white stucco and dark roof” — rose11912
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