This craftsman style home is differentiated by its split shake siding. Bold window and door trim and low pitched roof are in keeping with the arts and crafts design. The mustard yellow and olive color scheme compliment the home's style.
Relax after a dip in the pool in this intimate seating area. The white wicker furniture keeps with the light and open theme of the home's style. The seating area offers lovely views of the tropical plants and the pool.
This prairie home style, made famous by Frank Lloyd Wright, was designed to harmonize with the rolling hills of the Midwest farmlands. It is characterized by long roof lines, cantilevers and lots of windows. This example combines brick, wood and limestone.
In this Spanish Colonial Revival home, the bathroom is designed to evoke the home's style with tile details and a warm wood vanity. For a modern touch, a small TV is built into the wall to catch up on the news while getting ready.
An arched doorway leads to the side lawn of this waterfront home on Massachusetts' Chapoquoit Island. Shingle siding, contrasting white trim and peaked gables are all hallmarks of the home's Cape Cod-style architecture. Every room in the luxury home features a water view.
The stucco overlay that had given the windows their Gothic shape is also history, allowing more light inside the home. Intricate trellis work adds Spanish-style detail to the home. Well-planted window boxes will provide color to this Southern home throughout the seasons.
Down the hall, teal wallpaper brings fun, '50s-style flair (and hair!) to the home office. An orange pop art piece accentuates the look, while an industrial cabinet displays the owner's favorite items.
This Spanish revival-style home is listed on the San Diego Historical Registry. The homeowners wanted to experience the conveniences of modern life while retaining the integrity of their home and its original charm.