Spanish+Colonial+Revival+Style+Architecture | Late 1930's "Colonial California" style house in Colonia Nápoles ...
1916 Colonial Revival. The outside of this home and its grounds is amazing. Inside needs some TLC, but so worth the effort. Love it!
Spanish Colonial Revival Architecture Design - don't have a place where I can do this but I love it and maybe i will someday
mission revival style architecture | Drawing by Dennis Bolt
The U.S. Spanish Colonial Revival style movement from 1915 to 1931. It is a hybrid style based on the architecture found during the early Spanish colonization of North and South Americas. It started in California and Florida, which had the ideal climate for Mediterranean-inspired homes, and remains popular today. In Spanish Revival architecture, new features were added to classic ones to create a distinct look. Let’s explore some of the exterior elements which define this style:
HistoricColorPalette.jpg (2119×3160) Fayetteville, NY. Periods: Colonial, Federal, Gothic, Greek Revival, Italianate, Late Victorian, Queen Anne
Custom carriage-house doors, a cuppola and lantern-style light fixture transform this garage from eye sore to architectural attraction. | Photo: Tria Giovan | thisoldhouse.com
COLONIAL REVIVAL: usually being 2 stories in height w/the ridge pole running parallel to the street, a symmetrical front facade w/an accented doorway & evenly spaced windows on either side of it. Features that make it distinguishable from colonial period houses of the similar style of the early 19th century are elaborate front doors, often with decorative crown pediments & overhead fanlights & sidelights, but w/ machine-made woodwork that had less depth & relief than earlier handmade…
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