15,204 symmetrical design Traditional Home Design Photos

Windsor Companies
5 Reviews
Windsor Companies
Symmetrical design, planters, red flowers, brick walkway
like break up of monotony design
Paver design...Brick design
“Adoquín rampa driveway” — eguiartedg
Eric Stengel Architecture, llc
19th C. Classical Revival
This is a Neoclassical design because it has large columns and a symmetrical design. It also looks like most public buildings because
the windows on top, but I don't like how the center window is different design...LOVE THIS HOUSE
Structure design , color schemes, antique/victorian
“Classic.” — aazuline
Paris Kitchens
Toronto Residence, ON
Layout of the Kitchen - symmetrical design
Kit design
“oven/microwave” — ackplorer
Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc
1 Review
Stone Georgian Home
Georgian: symmetrical, pediment over door, dormers
Symmetrical, box like shape, two stories, decor over the door.
which allude to Renaissance classical architecture. These include the symmetrical front with five rows of windows and a detailed entrance under a center
tastes turned to colonial revival styles, which are considered eclectic designs.Likely dating to the early 20th century, the Georgian-inspired home shown
“Retaining wall for front of house” — chrissycurls
Harrison Design
18 Reviews
HD Project 816
chair style. Symmetrical balance creates ease in the space but can create lack of interest.
Symmetrical Balance If you were to draw a imaginary line down the center of the room, you would see symmetrical balance, like one
Interesting, one sided cornice design for 1st story entry, but how to echo same design with three windows at 2nd story level, especiall
High design. Perfectly designed, the lambrequins shown here lie just over the traditional draperies
draperies, adding a layer of contemporary flair on top of traditional design for a stunning look. Style tip: Use the symmetry of a pair of lambrequins to
“small windows” — mealymae
Jay Greene Photography
5 Reviews
was the home built? I like the design and would love to see a modern take on this style of home. I could see this design making a comeback with niche builders
was built in 1877 for Benjamin Biggs, Delaware's 46th Governor. It was designed with family use in the front parlors with their bedrooms upstairs. The
styles of the early 20th century exhibit this trait. Their balanced and symmetrical elevations along with details of quoins, dentils and other classically
historic Second Empire–style house may not readily seem classical, but its symmetrical elevation and organized openings are attributable to that discipline.
considered Victorian era. These two styles have many similarities, but the roof design and the arched windows set this particular house apart. The connection
“my new house” — Peggy Kusik
AVID Associates LLC
8 Reviews
Modern Regency Abode
1. Symmetrical balance 2. This room has a big example of a symmetrical balance. The effect this has on the room
room is pleasing to the eye because it's all symmetrical so this room is calming and easy to be in.
“symmetry” — susankirk1
Robeson Design
17 Reviews
Robeson Design Loves a Symmetrical Bedroom
Robeson Design Loves a Symmetrical Bedroom
matching night stands and a pair of lamps creating a perfectly symmetrical look. Robeson Design creates a beautiful Master Bedroom suite by playing up the
periwinkle in the throw pillows and oversized art piece in the built-in. Custom designed iron pieces flank the windows on either side of the bed as light amber
“bedside tables and built ins” — jenanddre
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