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Howard Design Studio
2 Reviews
Georgian Classic Garden
Ideabooks8,016
Questions10
An English style Georgian home with walled courtyard garden. Photographer: John Howard.
Oversized Urn + Stone + Classic Georgian Style + Formal
English garden wall & fountain pool...Fountain home
“Flowers around the waterfeature” — denverjohn
Larry Stewart Custom Homes
3 Reviews
Southlake Tudor Estate
Ideabooks619
Questions0
This is a showcase home by Larry Stewart Custom Homes. We are proud to highlight this Tudor style luxury estate situated in Southlake TX.
I love this- i like the stone, but i love the english tudor accents
accents. I've always been a big english tudor fan.
Dream home...tudor style home...English Tudor...tutor style...style and elevation...English Tutor
“colors” — Envision Design Construct
Britannia Joinery
6 Reviews
Buildings
Ideabooks947
Questions0
Obsessed! Why don't we have homes like this in the US
English country manorseparation of floors
English Georgian/regency style 1714-1837
Old English look...English Estate Home...Our home...english manor...Twist on English Country...Old English
“Exterior” — simplydream
Loudoun County Premiere Design-Build Firm
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ID by Gwen
15 Reviews
Mid Century Modern Master Bathroom
Ideabooks370K
Questions99
tile (Daltile - City lights), taupe 12 x 24 porcelain floor (tierra Sol, English bay collection), shower glass panel, shower niche, rain shower head, wet
are a textured porcelain tile? We got a similar grey tile for our new build home (Master Bath). We haven't moved in yet, however, I am starting to have questions
taupe 12 x 24 porcelain floor (Tierra Sol, English bay collection). Please read description and Q&A for additional details
Tierra sol, English bay collection, 12x24, color taupe. If you like more info, plse review
Tierra sol, English bay collection, 12x24, color taupe Thank you.
Tierra Sol, English Bay Collection, 12x24. Please look at the other pictures on this same project
Love the open style shower with the seamless floor
“shower and floor tiles, color of floor tiles” — 1lailani
Eclectic Exterior
Ideabooks2,831
Questions4
Some English elements found in this French style house.
This house references the English Tudor style, which shares some of the characteristics of French eclectic. The forward-facing gable is found less often
English Tudor...English style...English Tudor style
“love turrets.” — Nikki de la Luz
Peabody Architects
4 Reviews
Small English Cottage in Potomac
Ideabooks3,987
Questions6
This is a half timber home because there is a steep gabled roof and a sculpted chimney.
half timber home, gabled roof, sculptured
distinctive Tudor characteristics combine in this new D.C.-area home. Though it's labeled English cottage, the impressive stone and brick chimney illustrates
English Country...Exterior materials and style...love this style home...stucco english cottage...Small English Cottage in Potomac
“tudor” — nels1986
Kerrie L. Kelly
53 Reviews
Architecture Walk: Exterior Styles and Palettes
Ideabooks4,549
Questions5
Architecture Walk: Exterior Styles and Palettes
Are there interior pictures of this home?
Love the style of the home. Very interested in English manors.
Love the fabulous forties homes...SO MUCH!
It is the style of our home
English Cottage...English Manor...Old English home...Nice French country stucco home.
“I like the second story windows that look deep set in the walls” — msrea
Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc
1 Review
Stone Georgian Home
Ideabooks8,570
Questions6
stone Georgian style front home yellow, tan, grey stone
Love the warmth of this home. and the classical Georgian style
English architects in the 17th century studied classical styles and produced disciplines that directly advanced into 18th-century America. In order of
us: Have you researched your home's history? What resources have you found most helpful?Roots of Style: How Did Your Home Get Its Look?
to colonial revival styles, which are considered eclectic designs.Likely dating to the early 20th century, the Georgian-inspired home shown here illustrates
of occurrence, three significant American styles developed from British Renaissance classical influence: Georgian, Adam and colonial revival. Georgian and
Are the shrubs boxwood? Dwarf English?...remove porch on old homes with columns
“Retaining wall for front of house” — chrissycurls
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