Room & Items
American Home Styles: The Queen Anne"classic american style. But IMHO i'd leave out that last photo in trying to link the often light, bright and enjoyable spaces. Large windows, tall ceilings and asymmetrical "
Roots of Style: The Indelible Charm of American Tudors"wonderful American houses inspired by late-medieval English architecture that exude so angled ceiling that adding the trim to the ceiling helped bring it down and added "
American Home Style: The Row House"natural light. I'm in a rowhouse and the biggest issue had been the light - or lack natural light is available only from the front, back and above. And tall ceilings "
Must-Have Book: ‘A Field Guide to American Houses’"Guide to American Houses, by Virginia and Lee McAlester. The then-just-released book significant American homes: "A Treasury of Early American Homes" (1950) and "A Second "
American Architecture: Mission Revival"The way light plays across these spaces is wondrous. Similar features can be found barrel-vaulted ceilings and quatrefoil windows. Smooth plaster siding, broad overhanging eaves "
Floor-to-Ceiling Tile Takes Bathrooms Above and Beyond"bounce light, give the illusion of more space and provide a cohesive look floor-to-ceiling tiled walls. Designers and builders are paying careful attention to "