588 greek revival interior Exterior Design Photos

Chadsworth Columns
Chadsworth Cottage
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a greek revival house.. what i like about this house umm i really dont know it looks big
is a Greek revival house because it has stairs and columns.
greek revival style because of the pillars
This house is greek revival because it is white with columns. It also has detailed crown molding.
This contemporary Greek revival house makes the same robust statement as its ancestors. Of the five classical orders, its columns most closely resemble the Tuscan order. The flattened columns against the walls and at the corners of the building are called pilasters; they match the detail of the four
“Front entrance” — Foley Development Group
Helios Design Group
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Three-quarter view of house
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House Styles- Greek Revival In this updated Greek revival with generously proportioned Ionic columns, we can see an off-center entrance door. Notice the carefully considered proportions and
In this updated Greek revival with generously proportioned Ionic columns, we can see an off-center entrance door. Notice the carefully considered proportions and details of the
In this updated Greek revival with generously proportioned Ionic columns, we can see an off-center entrance door. Notice the carefully considered proportions and details of the addition to the left of the original structure.
“Windows - side room” — vmlaviero
Helios Design Group
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High Street front
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Home styles from the 18th and early 19th centuries are perfect candidates for white exteriors. Whether colonial, federal, Georgian or Greek revival, these home styles are emblematic of the age of enlightenment and the search for truth. Cerebral and cool, white plays to these styles' formality
Greek Revival garage
traditional greek revival entry...
simple greek revival exterios
Walcott Greek revival 2
greek revival
“square windows” — M Gallagher
Chadsworth Columns
Chadsworth Cottage
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i like the two stair cases Greek revival
White n charcoal greek revival style
Greek Revival has been popular for civic buildings, banks and other institutions whose owners wanted to express the virtues associated with Greece, the cradle of democracy. Residences in the same style therefore appear grand, owing to large columns (often two stories tall) and a pediment above, usually
“Columns and balcony” — charlieguy
Historical Concepts
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Lowcountry Greek Revival | Spring Island, South Carolina
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Lowcountry Greek Revival | Spring Island, South Carolina
With Greek Revival details, including square columns and a Classical entablature, this Lowcountry center-hall cottage is simultaneously formal and welcoming. A secondary mass was added to this Spring Island, South Carolina home to accommodate the kitchen and master suite. This “generational architecture”
We are in the process of lot acquisition in Charleston. Would love to see the interior layout? I love the exterior.
Low country Greek revival - Spring Island '
With Greek Revival details, including square columns and a Classical entablature,
colonial revival with clean lines and square columns; like this one a lot!
“Maybe” — mcfly2win
Chadsworth Columns
Byrd Residence
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GREEK REVIVAL - Classic Revival style with the columns and front facing gable.
greek revival - neoclassical. Shutters. Palladian! Don't like the grey accent.
Greek revival portico on Georgian background
In many cases the Greek Revival portion of a house is the porch with columns and pediment; the piece behind it can be of a different style — for example, Georgian, as in this case.
“23” — xotrendzz
Moran + Associates
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Warren House
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new home with greek revival details inside and out, but with contemporary open plan.
Walcott Greek revival
greek revival with spare entablature
Greek revival with side wing
greek revival
“Minus the pillars & second story” — vmlaviero
Environs Development
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Exteriors
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It is neoclassical, most commonly called the federal style in the US, but it has stronger elements of an Italianate revival (1880s to 1910s) than a true original federal style building (1790s to 1820s).
love the greek revival and fence.
Greek revival was popular in the middle of the 19th century, and many urban townhouses were fashioned in that style, similar to the one shown here.Historically, Greek revival was one of the most influential styles in American architecture. Indelible images persist of the grand plantation houses of the
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