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side of the brick facing out) and a corbeling effect to create dimension and interest. Unfortunately, this not our brick but we have some similar styles like our Southampton or for more a pastel tone, our Sanibel.
Like the wood satin and style
inspiration from original American Tudor style. A mix of stone, brick and brick patterns exuberantly adorns the front of this house. Notice the lack of half timber or other wooden details, which typically lighten the overall appearance.Tudor remains an indelible American style, though its current popularity
build in a high-style fashion. Its attraction lies in the flexibility innate to the style and the intimate scale it achieves. Whether a modest cottage or a billionaire's mansion, the distinguished American Tudor makes a strong impression.More photos: Browse more photos of Tudor-style homes
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
Mill Valley "home Sweet home"
This California home combines several architectural styles, and the front porch gives it a dose of All-American style.
Quintessential American Front Porch....LOVE IT
The porch post and style
american flag...Actual style
Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc
Stone Georgian Home
Another house of this style... Beautiful
English architects in the 17th century studied classical styles and produced disciplines that directly advanced into 18th-century America. In order of occurrence, three significant American styles developed from British Renaissance classical influence: Georgian, Adam and colonial revival. Georgian and
early-20th-century tastes turned to colonial revival styles, which are considered eclectic designs.Likely dating to the early 20th century, the Georgian-inspired home shown here illustrates several common details that are characteristic of that style, several signatures of which allude to Renaissance classical
townhouse versions. This revered and distinguished style populates just about every town across America in significant numbers and is still emulated in vernacular developments, particularly in the eastern United States.
Carla Aston | Interior Designer
Porch and Exterior Mouldings Design and Colors
I love country style, and color!!!!!
entrance on an otherwise symmetrical front facade is quite common on American foursquare-style homes that lack a formal foyer.
A porte cochere and criss-crossing balustrades add to the vintage charm of this classic American foursquare-style home.
Cardea Building Co.
found throughout the U.S., but no tour of this style is complete without a trip to San Francisco. The late-19th-century gold rush and plentiful nearby forests provided extraordinary opportunities to build in an exuberant fashion.This is another American style that has wide variations in detail and form
Kipnis Architecture + Planning
Exterior - Front
I want to replace the aluminum windows on my craftsman with the same style.
Just encase you want to know this type of house is called an American Four Square.
windows. i like the upper style lineal??
The style of window are intriguing
Love this! American Four square we do not
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
Gelotte Hommas Architecture
In its original configuration, the shingle-style house was covered in wood shingles that took on a lovely gray patina as they aged. Now, whether with wood or a fiber-cement material, the color gray suits this classic American home style.
Nantucket style house
Shingle Style Home Exterior
Header style over windows
cottage style home...shingle style...Railing style
d'apostrophe design, inc.
How about a shed in a barn style with reclaimed barn wood?
Window. Trouble is, the home has to be magnificent to make weathered board and batten seem like a style choice and not a cost choice.
more closely and you will see that the windows on the opposite side are traditional double-hung multipane types used in colonial houses. The American vernacular style successfully transcends decades and even centuries of architectural expression in a single context, which is rare for any type of design.