10,202 contemporary classic Home Design Photos

Traditional Exterior
Ideabooks6,265
Questions7
Contemporary classic condo style
Simple, classic detailing.
Window frames, classical styling
“fixture” — jhnobrega
Culligan Abraham Architecture
5 Reviews
Dunes
Ideabooks5,199
Questions5
Great mix of contemporary style, classic style
good example of contemporary/but relaxed look
Contemporary and traditional
“Colors and how the stone is integrated into the chimney and exterior. I also like the unique look of” — naomijlsimpson
Christy Dillard Kratzer
3 Reviews
Buckhead
Ideabooks11,598
Questions20
The wall color is called Fresh Air from Benjamin Moore in the classic paint deck.
Wall color - Benjamin Moore French Air from the classic paint deck
Fresh air paint from classic paint deck, benjamin moore
Duron which is no longer available. It is similar to Creamy from Sherwin Williams. -The wall color is called Fresh Air from Benjamin Moore in the classic paint deck. -I believe the lantern is from McLean Lighting -The caned settee is from Hendrix Allardyce and was purchased through the J. Nelson showroom
“Color” — forschwab
Mikel Irastorza
San Sebastian
Ideabooks7,344
Questions10
Mixture of classic contemp and modern
Simplicity of the white and wood, contemporary and french rustic
n of the bold artwork and classic furniture made the dining room Irastorza's favorite room in his home. He found an antique French country table, which melds beautifully with the home's golden wood floors. Chinese wooden side chairs accent the table, along with six classic Bertoia white chairs.
combination of the bold artwork and classic furniture made the dining room Irastorza’s favourite space. He found an antique French country table, which combines beautifully with the home’s golden wood floors. Chinese wooden side chairs accent the table, along with six classic white Bertoia chairs.
The designers of this gorgeous interior allowed the classical architectural details of the room to set the stage for the few well-selected modern treasures. A good rule of thumb when working with more than one style in a room is to pick a dominant style and a complementary accent style.
“Colors w gold” — katiemac112
Environmental Dynamics, Inc.
11 Reviews
Bosque Residence
Ideabooks2,811
Questions3
achieve this floor’s silky texture. The buttery brown color was achieved using a three-step acid etching process, starting with Litochrome Chemstain Classic stain in a mix of Antique Amber and Padre Brown. The concrete was then sealed twice, once using Kure-N-Seal, then with an acrylic sealer that acts
achieve this floor’s silky texture. The buttery brown color was achieved using a three-step acid etching process, starting with Litochrome Chemstain Classic stain in a mix of Antique Amber and Padre Brown. The concrete was then sealed twice, once using Kure-N-Seal, then with an acrylic sealer that acts
Fly ash floor like ours, the buttery brown color was achieved using a three-step acid etching process, starting with Litochrome Chemstain Classic stain in a mix of Antique Amber and Padre Brown. The concrete was then sealed twice, once using Kure-N-Seal, then with an acrylic sealer that acts
“awesome space” — maggie_bryant
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
New Orleans Estate
Ideabooks10,848
Questions10
Italianate Italianate Victorian homes were considered a blend of formal and classical styles, and were often inspired by country villas from the Old World. These homes were built in rectangular sections to imitate the look of Italian-style
New Orleans Estate “ItalianateItalianate Victorian homes were considered a blend of formal and classical styles, and were often inspired by country villas from the Old World. These homes were built in rectangular sections to imitate the look of Italian-style
ItalianateItalianate Victorian homes were considered a blend of formal and classical styles, and were often inspired by country villas from the Old World. These homes were built in rectangular sections to imitate the look of Italian-style
“Great House!” — karokelley
Elizabeth Dinkel
1 Review
Brentwood Regency Estate
Ideabooks13,794
Questions10
classic tiling!! black front door, note green wall in background
Here green used in the most classic way: on gorgeous wallpaper in a traditional dining room. It's quite dramatic against the black-and-white checkerboard flooring seen in the entry.
Love, love, love this one. A polished checked floor looks so classically elegant.
“Entry” — codygirl
Traditional Exterior
Ideabooks4,579
Questions3
The house is unique and classic.
"Once again, comparing this house to the previous example, you can see the influence of classical elements. Hipped, gabled and towered roof forms can all be used and often in combination. Masonry examples are rare and primarily reside in the U
found, though it’s relatively rare. Most Queen Anne examples exhibit the elaborate spindlework or fretwork for which the style is well recognized. Classical elements combine with all of the above elements in later Victorian-era examples."
roof, turret that turns the corner, and an abundance of windows. It does not, however, have the wide porch at its base. Rather, it has a more classically inspired front entry that fits in with its more formal and urbane context.
“House” — janedevere
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