2,068 italianate Exterior Design Photos

PortfolioGreg Newton Photography
nice English house (Renaissance style from the Picturesque movement considered an Italianate). Italianate and Gothic revival styles were meant to be less formal than other Renaissance styles
despite the name, Italianate fashion reflected a slightly less formal aesthetic, as you can see here in the rusticated exterior walls. Italianate and Gothic revival styles are considered to be part of the Picturesque movement and are meant to be slightly less formal than other Renaissance styles.
Italianate. In this modest but elegant British home, decorative brackets under wide eaves and a belt line establish its identity, along with detailed moldings around the windows. An intimately proportioned classical entrance surround exhibits the signature Renaissance arch. A native English style despite
37 LibertyTodd Davis Architecture
I got Italianate style as the type of house I should live in. Very okay with that!
Your house is …Italianate: You’re a bit of a romantic. You gravitate toward large, detailed porches with decorative eaves. Your favorites houses have strong columns and arches, bracketed cornice details and other artistic flourishes.See more on Italianate style
While San Francisco is full of Victorian-era architecture, it is more specific to label the Italianate examples as romantic-era designs, like this one. Defining characteristics are the bracketed cornice details and the segmental arched windows.Variations on window configurations are common throughout
New Orleans EstateMcDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
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 villas. The arches of traditional
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 villas. The arches of traditional”
Italianate: fairly similar to greek style, bigger and flashier. Gable roof, columns. Galleries
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 villas. The arches of traditional
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modern interpretation of the Italianate. It’s obviously simpler in detail, but the theme is still achieved with the cupola (towered element), the minimal cornice bracket with a frieze detail
Let’s jump to Missouri to find this modern interpretation of the Italianate. It’s obviously simpler in detail, but the theme is still achieved with the cupola (towered element), the minimal cornice bracket with a frieze detail and the cleverly contrasting brick frame around each window.
Carmel Valley EstateEvens Architects
Rural Italian Estate in Carmel Valley, by Evens Architects - Entry Door
Traditional style Italian home. Moderate but stunning entrance.
the exterior and balcony of this Italian villa
Lovely entrance. Like balcony with windows each side & front door underneath. Very Italian looking.
Classic Italian details
Italian country...italian style
An Italian Villa, Carmel, CaliforniaJohn Malick & Associates
Who doesn't need an Italian Villa in Carmel, CA?
Italian villa Carmel
Italian villa...look
An Italian Villa, Carmel, California
Italian med...Italian villa...Italian villa style
Gabriel BuildersGabriel Builders Inc.
This home took almost 7 years to design and build in the upstate region of SC. It is an authentic italian villa sitting on 200 acres. Bronse doors and windows imported from Italy, 12 inch plaster walls, floors from France, limestone fireplaces are some of the outstanding features of this unique home
Love the manicured landscape and Pure Italian structure and open courtyard
Homer Clifton Oatman, AIAHomer Oatman, AIA
instead of ivy, use Italian cypress to "climb" walls
Italian cypress trees
Italian design house
Italian 6...Beautiful italian...Italian cypress
Exterior StuccoNaylor & Son's Plastering Co. Inc.
Italian Renaissance. This newer California home demonstrates several characteristics unique to Italian Renaissance fashion established in the early 20th century. This house might also be called Mediterranean, though that term is more of a category than a style. (Mission, Spanish eclectic and Monterey
Italian ModernJAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
back, Gomphrena, Blue Plumbago, Yucca, wood fern and holly fern, Hibiscus and Gold Lantana. Looks like a variety of Salvia closest to the house with Italian Cypress. Do I win the bonus prize?
I LOVE the Italian look
Italian Modern Mediterranean
Italian Modern...Italian Cypress...italian 5...Italian landscape
Italian ModernJAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
Italian Modern
Italian modern architecture and stream
italian modern exterior
Italian exterior...Italian 16...Italian style
Belle LuceNorris Architecture
Italian Villa inspired home set on a hill with magnificent views
Italian Villa aspect of this home does get to goddy and goes overboard for what I want, but they get a lot right with some of the interior imagery Don't like
Italian villa with tower
italian villa, very authentic.
italian 3
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