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Fall for framelessThis impressive Queen Anne house has been modernised with a new glass extension. Because it’s frameless, it doesn’t detract from the
Team water and glassThis infinity pool is built onto a Queen Anne house in England and can be seen from the huge frameless glass extension
verre a permis la modernisation de cette impressionnante maison, de style Queen Anne. Très contemporaine, grâce à l’absence d’ossature visible, cette extension
to flow into each other and the pool acts like a mirror, reflecting the house beautifully.
Glass atrium off back of house
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This is a queen anne house because it has a round turret and a gabled/hip roof.
This house is the Queen Anne Victorian. It is this because it
Queen Anne Victorian -This house is 2-3 stories. It has a hipped roof
settings, Queen Annes often proudly host prominent tower elements, such as in this San Francisco example. Clear is the medieval form on houses of this type
roundness reminds me of a light house
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Festoon or "swag" molding acroos the front of the house
Can you please share the color for this house,thank you
I love this trim color. Can it be used on our house?
OMG! this hous is adorable, just love everything about this
Victorian Queen Anne houses are found throughout the U.S., but no tour of this style is complete without a trip to San Francisco. The late-19th-century
columns on this house. Notice the swag details in the frieze above the first floor, too. The rounded bay window can be found on many Queen Annes in San Francisco
What is the color of house and trims?
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Queen Anne -tower -large front porch -large central chimney
The porch on a Queen Anne is one of its more important spaces. Here the porch swells out to create a large space for family and friends to enjoy the outdoors
While most of the examples here exhibit elaborate color schemes, this Queen Anne revival is dignified with an all-white body. Everything else is true to
Mitchell Construction Group
Beautifully Remodeled Exterior of Home
accent color, making your house numbers clear and flanking the door with plants.
I like the house numbers on the front door
Sometimes the tower on the Queen Anne house was stunted, as if that tall vertical gesture was just too much exuberance
matter — that wonderful round or octagonal shape was so important to a Queen Anne that it makes its impact even without a lot of height.
door welcoming. Consider painting the door an accent color, making your house numbers clear and flanking the door with plants.
queen anne with fun door color...paned, wood, house number on front door
Casa Tasso Alterations + additions
Queen Anne. Federation Queen Anne houses came with all the bells and whistles! Well, perhaps not bells and whistles, but they were tricked out with near
brick and weatherboard Federation houses, contemporary schemes are more suited to weatherboards. The homeowners of this house have stuck with tried-and-true
This colour scheme is eternally on trend for this style of house so, if you love your house for its history, there’s no reason to depart from these colours
attention. Architects revived features of old-English architecture to create houses that were whimsical, theatrical and visually fussy. You’ll find elaborate
Taylor Lombardo Architects
Taylor Lombardo Architects
HomesRestrained details. Compare this San Francisco example to other local Queen Anne houses, and you can see how modern this would have appeared in its time. Notice
restrained detailing and how the shingle texture unifies the house. Also noteworthy, this house has Romanesque shaped arches for its entrances.The style faded
Arc Design Group
the exterior color of this house called ? beautiful
overall castle-like look make this a Victorian or a Queen-Ann.
This is a Queen Anne Victorian house because of the 2 or 3 stories, the gabled and steep
Victorian House because it has a gabled, high pitched roof. It also has a turet.
This house is a Queen Anne due to the fact that it has an area with a turret
This house is an example of a Victorian home because has three stories and a variety of materials/colors.
This is an example of a Queen Anne Victorian
This Queen Anne revival joyously incorporates two shapes of towers, spindlework, finials, wraparound porches, fretwork brackets and exposed gable trusses