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Federal architecture

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Making a good first impression at home starts with one thing: the front door. See how these entryways transform an everyday element of the home into an eye-catching first impression. | archdigest.com

Making a good first impression at home starts with one thing: the front door. See how these entryways transform an everyday element of the home into an eye-catching first impression. | archdigest.com

1965 - present: Builder's Colonial / Neocolonial  Picture Dictionary of American Colonial House Styles: Neocolonial.  Neocolonial, Neo-Colonial, or Builder's Colonial houses are modern-day homes inspired by historic Colonial, Federal, and Colonial Revival styles.

Review an illustrated dictionary and chronological tour of house styles of American home design from Colonial and Victorian to Modern and Postmodern.

The stone veneer on the steps was salvaged from the original house.

Architect Peter Zimmerman designs a home that fits perfectly into its pastoral Connecticut setting.

GARDEN feature on the September 2017 "You're the STAR" blog hop - by:   http://www.gwingal.com/2017/08/infatuated-with-window-boxes/

I am infatuated with window boxes. I like the way evergreens look in a window box, and I like a green and white color scheme. A big burst of color also app

Palatial Home with Federal Style Architecture - Houston, Texas

Inspired by the American classical architecture of the 18th century, this Federal Style home in Houston, Texas with simple, elegant proportions was designed by

Waiting for Summer–Follies in New England | THE DOWN EAST DILETTANTE

Winter is almost over, even in Maine–knock on wood–and thoughts are turning again to outdoor pleasuresThe tradition of a folly or gazebo as a garden retreat, goes back at least to the g…

this house would also be acceptable

This quarter I'm taking a class called Housing. Every aspect you think of in the housing realm will be covered. I'm actually really excited about it because for some reason, I'm obsessed with houses, their floor plans, their value and how people function in them. You may remember the advice my mom gave me before a first date..."don't draw any floor plans on the napkin at dinner!" Really, mom...(: Yesterday in class we talked about the evolution of houses. The first homes ever built were…