Columns and Pediments: Examples of Greek Revival Architecture

Columns and Pediments: Examples of Greek Revival Architecture

The ancient Greek temple model, with its row of tall columns and pediments, includes two of the most obvious characteristics of this style of historic home design. Bold but simple moldings, throughout the interior and exterior of the house, also exemplify the look of high-style Greek Revival.

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