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American Colonial Living Rooms

American Colonial- Tetrad Color harmony- yellow, red, green, blue, typically in tints and tones of the pure color.

Donald Lococo Architects | Classic | Early American Colonial Home

A historic house in bucolic horse country Middleburg, Virginia was restored by Washington architecture firm, Donald Lococo Architects. This home addition featured two wings and a new staircase so this old stone house could accommodate a modern lifestyle.

American Colonial Living Rooms | See more inspiring articles here: www.vintageindustrialstyle.com

American Colonial Living Rooms

FARMHOUSE – INTERIOR – vintage early american farmhouse showcases raised panel walls, barn wood floor, exposed beamed ceiling, and a simple style for moulding and trim, like in this farmhouse dining room with a nice colonial look and great windsor chairs.

Middleburg Virginia architecture firm Donald Lococo washington DC remodel a kitchen farmhouse kitchen white kitchen old flooring farmhouse renovations

Kitchen with white cabinets, soapstone counters, and dark wood floors -- Donald Lococo Architects

Colonial Dining Rooms For Early American Room

FARMHOUSE – INTERIOR – vintage early american farmhouse showcases raised panel walls, barn wood floor, exposed beamed ceiling, and a simple style for moulding and trim, like in this farmhouse dining room.

Hammond-Harwood House (Md. Ave. Facade) - Palladian architecture - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Architect William Buckland designed the Hammond Harwood House in With his knowledge of English Palladian architecture he refined the typical Annapolis five-part plan concept and created a house of transcendent wholeness, harmony and balance.

17th century New England Colonial built primarily from wood, following styles found in southeastern counties of England. Style remains popular today for single family homes across New England states

Well preserved New England wooden colonial houses in historic Marblehead, Massachusetts. This architectural style remains popular today for single family homes across New England states.

Vintage Colonial: The Josiah Dennis House, a Georgian Colonial with shingle siding.  Dennis, Massachusetts, Circa 1735. Photo Credit: Thomas Kelley

Josiah Dennis Manse in Dennis, Massachusetts, is an American Colonial Salt Box house built circa 1736 for the Reverend Josiah Dennis, for whom the town is named.

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