9,462 prairie Home Design Photos

VanBrouck & Associates, Inc.
2 Reviews
Prairie style home
Ideabooks1,808
Questions4
This looks like a bit of a blend - Prairie style yet
to the prairie flavor. think about this.
Prairie style exterior
Modern Prairie Style Exterior
All Prairie house...prairie exterior...prairie warm home...Prairie style...Modern Prairie...Prairie style home...Prairie Stlye...New prairie windows...Prairie style home
“Prairie Style” — amm17
WEST STUDIO Architects & Construction Services
New Prairie Style Residence
Ideabooks3,460
Questions12
WEST STUDIO Architects & Construction Services - New Prairie Style Home Front Exterior
examples of a Prairie Style house.
Prairie / Asian look
prairie style exterior
Classics prairie style design
Beautiful Prairie Style Exterior
Dark trim prairie house
thicker prairie style columns
New Prairie Style Residence
Prairie style...prairie house...left side prairie...Hse idea prairie...prairie / asian...Prairie style
“Simple lit up” — morganschwarz
Chrysalis: Home Studio
4 Reviews
front elevation
Ideabooks950
Questions0
This new house adheres to Prairie details faithfully, yet its overall impression is characteristic of hundreds of thousands of
This new house adheres to Prairie details faithfully, yet its overall impression is characteristic of hundreds of thousands of similarly shaped houses across North America. Low-pitched, hipped roofs with broad eaves and a long, low elevation integrate the garage comfortably into its design, a trait
significant to later-20th-century dwellings. The Prairie period was relatively brief, occurring from 1900 to 1920, but its influence translated into the ranch style, which began in the 1930s and persisted for most of the century.
“Prairie style because of the low pitched roof and the over hanging eves” — maggiemorrissey
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Frank Lloyd Wright's - The Darwin Martin Complex
Ideabooks856
Questions1
This Prairie style building, the Darwin Martin Complex, was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1904. Wright's Prairie style is one of the most influential architecture styles
Prairie Style, Frank Lloyd Wright 1904
Prairie traces to the late 1800s
what's not to love about prairie style?
Buffalo, New York, The Martin House - The highly styled Prairie architecture design
PrairieThis Prairie style building, the Darwin Martin Complex, was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1904. Wright's Prairie style is one of the most influential architecture styles of the 20th century; details include
Prairie traces to the late 1800s, when a group of Chicago-based architects began developing an aesthetic that dismissed classicism and medieval precedents as the framework for defining their residential designs. Among others, Louis Sullivan contributed to its development, but Frank Lloyd Wright became
“Prairie style- unique looking” — erikaalmanza
Highland Group
2 Reviews
Frank Lloyd Wright Prairie school, Oak Park style Architecture
Ideabooks2,169
Questions4
Frank Lloyd Wright Prairie school, Oak Park style Architecture
Prairie Frank Lloyd Wright, Oak Park, inspiration
Prairie style home - low pitched roofs, lots of horizontal lines
Frank Lloyd Wright Prairie school, Oak Park style Architecture
The layering one on top of the other in this home is a distinct variation on the Prairie style.
“Pitch of roof” — spetroshius
Studio 1 Architects
2 Reviews
La Grange Park Residence
Ideabooks4,171
Questions5
in the process of replacing all of our windows and doors with Pella. I am going with this Prairie style window, but am having a hard time deciding on which exterior color to go with. there are several "tans" if you will. there is poplar white
maybe we should go for prairie?
prairie style midwest...used in u.s. .... 19th century rich
Prairie style, fantastic windows and design on the eaves
In today's updated Prairie style, the entrances often soar out to greet visitors.
Though more closely associated with traditional designs, brick can be used on houses ranging from contemporary to Prairie and just about every style in between.Cost: Brick’s durability and low maintenance come at a
3. Prairie. Though authentic examples of this style are rare outside the Midwest, and although it was only briefly popular (1900 to 1920), it had a profound effect on vernacular suburban architecture for the rest of the
“windows” — rbsrinivasan
Simpson Design Group Architects
5 Reviews
Topar
Ideabooks10,739
Questions7
the intersection of Prairie and Craftsman styles, this house seems to find a confident balance and hold it well.
Prairie Style: Multi level ranch style with hip roofing.
Like prairie/craftsman style and use of stone
Prairie; high windows, private from front
a altura das paredes, sao do mesmo estilo prairie, mas nao tao baixas
This new Prairie style home in California features hip roofs, casement windows tight to the underside of the roof overhang and trim to emphasize the horizontal. The angled, battered walls tie this home to the landscape in true Prairie fashion.
Prairie Style. Traditionally the Prairie Style house
windows and central fireplace. Updates: The form and shape of this example fits with the Prairie Style, but uses modern materials such as stucco and linear stonework. The color scheme is not common for Prairie Style but is still earthy.
“Low-key lighting” — shellstrock
Katie Denham Interiors
4 Reviews
Prairie Style Meets Modern
Ideabooks1,005
Questions3
This 1920's Prairie Style home was brought up to date with furniture designed with a nod to Frank Lloyd Wright, but with a modern sensibility. Custom designed furniture by Katie Denham Interiors blends with historical reproduction area rugs and lighting designed by Aesthetic Lighting referencing Frank
This house was built back in the 20's or 30's and are original to the house. They are a Prairie Style door.
Updated Prairie style living room with french doors.
“patio doors” — Alissa Conner Malakan
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