Embellishments: Examples of Greek Revival Architecture

Embellishments: Examples of Greek Revival Architecture

Embellishments are quintessential to the Greek Revival architectural style. Expensive homes might add more detail, like framed dormer windows on the second story, with pilasters and pediments. The less wealthy adopted similar features but with less flash.

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