Prairie Style

  • Kids' Bedroom with Bunk Bed

    The Colorado home has six bedrooms, including this kids' bedroom with a bunk bed.   See the Image

  • Unique Fireplace in Colorado

    The spacious master bedroom with adjoining seating area share a unique three-sided fireplace.   See the Image

  • Colorado Home with Wood Play Set

    The landscaped backyard of this prairie-style home has a wood play set for the kids.   See the Image

  • Front and Side Exterior: Frank Lloyd Wright's Furbeck House

    Built in 1897 for George W. Furbeck, this residence was designed during a period of experimentation by Frank Lloyd Wright that ultimately resulted in his iconic prairie style. Clad in beveled bricks,…   See the Gallery

  • Exterior at Evening: Frank Lloyd Wright-Inspired House Near HGTV Dream Home 2013

    This Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired residence is just steps from the ocean on scenic Kiawah Island, home to HGTV Dream Home 2013. Inside, attention to detail and craftsmanship mirror the work of the…   See the Gallery

  • Living Room with World-Class Climbing Wall

    Adventurous homebuyers, this one's for you: Today's cool house comes with a 25-foot rock climbing wall in the living room. Yep, that's right: the living room.According the listing, the home's…   Read the Blog

  • The long, horizontal roofs on Prairie houses had a large, straight overhang, sometimes up to four feet.

    The long, horizontal roofs on Prairie houses had a large, straight overhang, sometimes up to four feet. The style often features several windows in a row, placed together for the appearance of a…   See the Image

  • Located in Chicago, the Fredrick C. Robie House is Frank Lloyd Wright's most famous Prairie home.

    Located in Chicago, the Fredrick C. Robie House is Wright's most famous Prairie home. It has all the hallmarks of the Prairie style, including a low-slung profile, strong use of horizontal lines…   See the Image

  • The Laura Gale House is another Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home in Oak Park, Ill.

    The Laura Gale House is another Wright-designed home in Oak Park, Ill. Built in 1909, the home falls within the boundaries of the Frank Lloyd Wright/Prairie School of Architecture Historic…   See the Image

  • Frank Lloyd Wright Wright was strongly influenced by linear Japanese prints, so everything about a Prairie home is horizontally oriented.

    Wright was strongly influenced by linear Japanese prints, so everything about a Prairie home -- trim, bricks, cedar siding -- is horizontally oriented.   See the Image