Popular in the Midwest, the prairie home is known for its defining horizontal lines. Prairie was influenced by the Arts and Crafts Movement and features many of the same concepts such as built-in furniture, simple materials and open floor plans. Prairie-style homes also feature long flat roofs, rows of windows, horizontal lines and organic patterns.
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 former Governor's Home is listed on the National Historic Register and is considered the oldest home in Aiken, SC. This Federal style home is rich in history, form and symmetry with generously proportioned rooms and restored architectural details.
This home was designed to be grand enough to impress, but low-key enough to make people feel at home. The underlying theme of this home was to make it so wonderful that when the clients' extended family came to visit they would never want to leave, and with the home's flowing spaces large enough for over 100 people while maintaining more intimate spaces for 10 people or less, designers have achieved their goal.
The neoclassical or new classical, is an extravagant home style that romanticizes ancient Greek and Roman architecture. Design features often include wrought-iron railings, white columns and grand porches or verandas.
The warm paneled walls, sleek built-ins and wood chandelier make this home office fashionable and functional. The built-ins open up space for books and trinkets, while still allowing the workspace to feel open and orderly.
This home exterior exudes Mediterranean style with arched entryways, a tile roof and iron detail work. A pool, several covered patios and an outdoor kitchen with a bar, make this home perfect for outdoor entertaining.
This cottage style landscape perfectly compliments the stately architecture with a dramatic pool. The stately home was softened with beautiful curves to compliment the brick lined walkway. Every nook and corner in the landscape was a perfect opportunity to create a creative landscape vignette.
A slate tile walkway leads up to a charming Cape Cod-style house with loads of charm. Traditional gables and columns set the tone for the home's classic interiors, while a red front door beckons to guests and creates a fun focal point.
The exterior of this Spanish style home was designed with view in mind. From any room in the home, the family and their guests can relax on a balcony or patio that overlooks the infinity edge pool and the magnificent ocean beyond.
This kitchen features two-toned, weathered cabinetry, ceiling beams and a large island that doubles as a casual dining spot. Light stone and dark wood finishes run throughout this Spanish-style home, creating continuity.