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Jay Greene Photography
5 Reviews
Elevations
Ideabooks3,607
Questions3
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Style & character of the home
Second Empire–style house may not readily seem classical, but its symmetrical elevation and organized openings are attributable to that discipline. The mansard roof with dormers and a bracketed eave is a distinctly French adaptation. This style developed alongside the Italianate style in the mid-19th
overlaid the fashion upon their existing architecture. The result often emphasized the roof of the building.The Second Empire style of the late 19th century and French eclectic styles of the early 20th century exhibit this trait. Their balanced and symmetrical elevations along with details of quoins, dentils
“Postcard look” — pradue
Kipnis Architecture + Planning
20 Reviews
Exterior - Front
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I want to replace the aluminum windows on my craftsman with the same style.
double hung windows. i like the upper style lineal??
The style of window are intriguing
A full-width front porch with brick columns and knee walls is often found on the American foursquare-style house, just as you see here.
A variation on the Chicago-style window is three double-hung windows grouped together, with the center window wider than the flanking windows. This window was created
created in the late 19th century by architect Louis Sullivan at the Carson Pirie Scott store. The style, which incorporates a large, inoperable plate glass window flanked by double-hung windows, became almost ubiquitous, showing up on just about every colonial spec home built in the 1960s and 1970s
“Here's a brick porch. Don't know that I like it... I think I prefer the stone and shingle look.” — Amy Lenz
Rodriguez Studio Architecture PC
8 Reviews
Z-loft
Ideabooks4,196
Questions6
Style Secret: Overscale Art Walls in contemporary rooms don't usually have much in the way of adornment: no heavy moldings, no plate collections, no family photo groupings. So they're a perfect foil for large works of art that shine best amid gallery-style simplicity. Canvases should
Style Se­cret: Over­scale Art Walls in con­tem­po­rary rooms don't usu­ally have much in the way of adorn­ment: no heavy
col­lec­tions, no fam­ily photo group­ings. So they're a per­fect foil for large works of art that shine best amid gallery-style sim­plic­ity. Can­vases should be framed very cleanly, if at all. Stream­lined sculp­ture, black-and-white pho­tog
“Ceiling and pipes” — amguerin
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
29th Interior
Ideabooks2,812
Questions10
If your style is modern: Natural maple lends itself well to modern styles. “It’s more of a Norwegian-looking design with a clean look and not a lot of variation,” Zheng says. Gray-stained oak and boards without knots create a clean aesthetic that also works in modern settings. If your style is traditional:
Also, boards with knots and wider planks fit a more traditional style. Of course, designers do incredibly creative things with mixing old and new, so don’t discount a wood just because it’s considered more appropriate for a certain style. Playing with grain pattern and stains can yield all sorts of
What is the style of your home.
things.If your style is modern: Natural maple lends itself well to modern styles. “It’s more of a Norwegian-looking design with a clean look and not a lot of variation,” Zheng says. Gray-stained oak and boards without knots create a clean aesthetic that also works in modern settings.If your style is traditional:
“Like couch” — laurajpearce
Desire to Inspire
Kim Johnson- renovated kitchen
Ideabooks3,733
Questions8
kim johnson renovated kitchen style mdcentury just the cabinets?
the asian style cabinets, as we are in a 'salon culinaire' this might be warmer and more cosy than a 'real' kitchen
high contrast in styles ie kilim rug with Panton chairs
tiroir massif haut et rangement style boite a pain
Combine different styles. The kitchen may be a more utilitarian space, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be treated with the same design approaches as a living room or bedroom
“Kitchen table n chairs” — Vanessa Velásquez
Murphy & Co. Design
4 Reviews
Robinson's Bay Residence
Ideabooks10,985
Questions6
roof style here? What is the housing style associated with the birds eye view?
Love the style of the garage and room shape above.
I love the style of the drive way!
Shingle style...House style...period style...Craftsman style
“Driveway” — paulettecervenka
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Spanish Oaks Front
Ideabooks3,165
Questions6
This home is beautiful. We are redoing a Spanish style home in Florida. I am looking for a white to go with the terra cotta tile roof and bronze windows. This color looks like it's perfect. Would you mind
If your looking for lights for a Spanish style home I just finished a similar house in Berkeley Ca. http://www.electricaluse.com
“Everything!” — claramagel
Stofft Cooney Architects
Spice Bay Residence
Ideabooks3,165
Questions1
Bermuda Style Single Family Residence designed by Stofft Cooney Architects, located in Sarasota FL.
It's looked cozy spanish style. I like the idea that it comes as 2 houses together in one.
left lightly alludes to bell towers seen on some early-20th-century examples. Florida is another area heavily influenced and defined by Mediterranean styles.
“simple and soft.. We like this look” — Trey Danna
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