579 neoclassical Traditional Home Design Photos

Eric Stengel Architecture, llc
19th C. Classical Revival
Ideabooks2,755
Questions4
This is Neoclassical because it has pillars and a staircase
Neoclassical- Pillars, columns, full height entry porch
Neoclassical In this neoclassical home the porch is two stories and extends the full width of
NeoclassicalIn this neoclassical home the porch is two stories and extends the full width of
“Colonial” — bellaariella
Erotas Building Corporation
4 Reviews
St Paul – Completed in 2002
Ideabooks1,396
Questions5
Neoclassical house: full height entry porch
This is a neoclassical style house because it has a full, high entry porch with columns.
Rugged simplicity of the neoclassical accents.
Neoclassical style home...Neoclassical Style
“Some adjustments and white” — cleakd2
Stephen Fuller Designs
4 Reviews
arrival facade
Ideabooks364
Questions0
“this is neoclassical because of the high columns the go all the way to the top of the house.”
this is neoclassical because it is tall and wide with lots of windows.
neoclassical b/c it has pillars supporting the roof
high columns the go all the way to the top of the house. this is neoclassical because it is tall and wide
This is neoclassical because of the full height entry. It has a small porch with tall columns. Then it has a simple pediment on the way top of the house
“Exterior” — smkkddaniel
Dillard Pierce Design Associates
4 Reviews
Buckhead
Ideabooks14,569
Questions27
of Louis XVI tabouret stools. It attains elegance, intimacy and the neo-classical feel all at the same time. What do you think? Best regards, David H
of Louis XVI tabouret stools. It attains elegance, intimacy and the neo-classical feel all at the same time. What do you think? Best regards, David H.”
styles are British Colonial revival, 18th century English, 19th century neoclassical and French country. Here's how the traditional style breaks down: Colors:
styles are British Colonial revival, 18th century English, 19th century neoclassical and French country. Here's how the traditional style breaks down: Colors:
“Sofa” — tzivy
Institute of Classical Architecture & Art - Texas
Larry E. Boerder Architects - Oaks Residence
Ideabooks1,596
Questions1
imposing, solid, Washington- like neo-classical. Love it.
Love the neoclassical details. Very restrained and elegant
“Entry” — gozaria
Tucker & Marks
1 Review
Georgian Residence
Ideabooks1,826
Questions2
during his reign. The regency style (1812–1830) closely follows the neoclassical late Georgian, but with a new influence from the furniture of ancient
The regency style (1812–1830) closely follows the neoclassical late Georgian, but with a new influence from the furniture of ancient
style during his reign.The regency style (1812–1830) closely follows the neoclassical late Georgian, but with a new influence from the furniture of ancient
“regency” — upin ltd.
Moran + Associates
6 Reviews
Warren House
Ideabooks531
Questions1
Neoclassical style...Neoclassical style.
“Neoclassical style” — phamto2018
Elad Gonen
1 Review
living room
Ideabooks3,190
Questions11
during his reign. The regency style (1812–1830) closely follows the neoclassical late Georgian, but with a new influence from the furniture of ancient
time periods in history like Gothic, Tudor, Elizabethan, English Rococo, Neoclassical and others. The Gothic and Rococo revival style were the most common
“Victorian” — newyearsevemom
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