The inspiration behind Craftsman and bungalow styles also brought open floor plans to light.
Natural materials and tones are another signature feature of Arts and Crafts style.
From the San Francisco hills to the streets of Savannah, detail and decoration define Victorian architecture. Also called Queen Anne, the style became popular during the reign of Queen Victoria.
Flat rooflines characterize the exteriors of Prairie style homes, made famous by master architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Despite the localized name, Prairie homes can be found throughout the U.S. and abroad.
The first Cape Cods were
developed by early settlers from England in the 1600s, inspired by British thatched cottages and adapted to keep out the harsh New England winter.
How do they look now?
This Southern state's coastal region has one of the most iconic landscapes in America, and with it comes unmistakable architecture. See homes that showcase the Lowcountry lifestyle.