This historic New Orleans townhouse impresses with its architectural features and character. A second-story balcony is supported by multiple columns, while shutters stand at the ready to protect all the windows from the elements.
This charming home features a wraparound columned porch, a second level balcony, custom landscaping and a sweeping lawn. The white siding accents the architectural style of the home and is complemented by the lush green surrounding.
The exterior of this Greek Revival home has a classic pedimented gable and four elegant columns. Architectural detailing can be found in the fascia and eves and a crawl space helps this home stand tall.
The Craftsman-style home features stunning architectural details, from the exposed beams and columns to the crown molding and wainscoting. The comfortable living room has cushy armchairs and a sofa centered on a classic brick fireplace.
A few simple architectural details help divide up this open concept living area into separate regions. A column sets the kitchen off from the living room. A partition wall and sconce create a cozy reading nook.
Architectural detailing — from the swirled columns to the intricate crown molding — draws the eye into this beautiful living room. Classic furniture pieces are updated with sleek, contemporary lines, and a furry area rug softens and grounds the space.
The warm, inviting kitchen opens up to a pretty blue dining room, creating an easy flow through the main areas of the home. Beautiful architectural details, like the structured columns and room dividers, add to the Craftsman feel of space.
The exposed architectural elements give this dining room an industrial flare and interest. This dining room design boasts exposed beams, pickled wood floors, a support column with stone detail and a high ceiling with tin tiles and molding.
Once a former Governor's Home, this Aiken, SC home is listed on the National Historic Register and features style and symmetry, with large windows, columns and restored architectural details. The home also features a beautiful entrance with landscaped grounds and gardens.
This custom-designed coffee table can double as an ottoman thanks to the padding lining the outer edge. The functional piece anchors this transitional living room space, which also includes two plaid sofas and architectural touches like exposed ceiling beams and columns.
Guests are greeted by an expansive and breathtaking entryway in this Atlanta, Ga., home. A double staircase flanks the elaborate and sophisticated chandelier, while tile laid in a diamond pattern grounds the space. Architectural details, like columns and traditional moldings, bring in an elegant note.
The castle centers around the monumental great hall. Architectural details include a 40-foot-high timber ceiling, marble columns, carved stone capitals and a stained glass window. The chimney was envisioned by Augustus Pugin who also designed the Palace of Westminster, where Britain's houses of parliament meet.
Black cabinets and drawers make a striking contrast against the white walls and kitchen island. Classic architectural details, like elegant columns and crown molding, combine with contemporary elements, such as the bubble pendant lights, to create a transitional chef's kitchen that is truly the heart of the home.
Soaring ceilings, polished marble floors and rich architectural details exude elegance in this Naples, Florida, home. The overall palette is neutral, allowing the lush tropical foliage visible through the many windows to create a focal point from room to room. Interior columns and elaborate moldings are among the space's defining features.
This traditional living room, in dark shades of orange and yellow, is guaranteed to brighten anyone's day. It features a built-in sofa with storage beneath, a distressed coffee table, small dining area and custom windows with clerestory panel and beautiful oriental rug. White columns add intricate architectural detail.
A sustainable Craftsman exterior with architectural details like tapered front columns showcases a modern take on the Arts and Crafts style. HardieShingle siding covers the body of the house, which is painted in Sherwin-Williams' Renwick Olive hue, while a stone walkway completes the classic Craftsman look for this home.
Jenelle Isaacson of Living Room Realty played up the architectural details of this home's trim by playing down the body color of the home. She found the perfect dark gray for the base that worked with the indirect light of the Oregon skies. Next, she painted the door details, columns and porch ceilings a simple white, really making them pop.
Jennifer Gilmer Kitchen & Bath removed a wall to turn the U-shaped kitchen into a far more functional L-shaped room. The transformation created space for a large island and continuous traffic flow. A required structural column was incorporated into the corner of the island, wrapped in Peruvian walnut to forge a unique architectural detail.