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Best Homes of 2014

GET INSPIRED with these gorgeous home exteriors from 2014.

 

TRADITIONAL

A traditional home is inspired by period styles such as Tudor and Georgian.  You will see ornate detail with carvings and curvatures.  Windows will be highly decorative Colors are muted and subdued to creat a calm ambiance. (Nashville, Atlanta, New York, North Carolina)

 

BEACH/TROPICAL

Tropical style homes stay true to their beachy environment by taking on earthy, light colors.  Always decked out in palm trees, their surroundings do most of the work for them.  Many times, beach homes will be on stilts. (Charleston, Orange County, Miami, Chicago)

 

RUSTIC

Rustic homes are inspired by the simplicity and beauty of nature.  Walls are covered in warm brick, stone or distressed wood.  Large windows fill the space with natural light and help the home feel as close to the outdoors as possible. (Idaho, Montana, Georgetown, Baltimore)

 

CONTEMPORARY

Contemporary style borrows from various time periods.  It is eclectic in that it combines sleek and simple with high detail.  While keeping in line with minimal home design and color schemes.  Contemporary homes boast natural materials like glass or ceramic.  (Southeast-US, San Diego, Cleveland, Santa Barbara)

 

MODERN

The focus of modern homes is simplicity, cleanliness and absence of décor or detailing.  Modern color palettes are typically made up of neutral shades.  However, modern homes contain splashes of bright colors like oranges, pinks and turquoise. (Minneapolis, Sydney, Perth, Washington DC)

 

CRAFTSMAN

Arts & Crafts home design borrows interior elements from a number of different styles, including art nouveau and artisan.  Colors are typically earth-inspired and include dusty oranges, browns and taupes and sage greens. (Vancouver, Houston, Delaware)

 

MIDCENTURY

Mid-century modern homes have a seamless flow from the inside to the outside thanks to sliding doors, picture windows, skylights and patios.  Windows are often left bare to emphasize outdoor views. (Austin, Cincinnati, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara)

 

ECLECTIC

Eclectic home design embraces numerous styles such as modern, vintage and bohemian.  Materials and textures are also mixed and matched – it’s all about creating a home with a unique environment filled with personality.  (Metro, Melbourne, Ireland, United Kingdom)

 

MEDITERRANEAN

Touches of Spain, Greece and Italy can be found in Mediterranean homes.  The outdoors is always embraced, and many homes blur the line between inside and outside using picture windows and glass sliding doors.  (Charlotte, San Fransisco, Los Angeles)

 

INDUSTRIAL

Industrial interiors give off a cool, modern vide.  The style blends new and repurposed items for a unique combination of modern and vintage.  You’ll often see a mix of grays, blacks and whites complemented by pops of blues or greens.  (London, Melbourne, Montana, Wyoming)

 

FARMHOUSE

Farmhouse homes share similar characteristics to cottage homes.  A combinations of whites is used on everything and the ambiance is warmed up using weathered woods and rustic finishes like oil-rubbed bronze and copper.  (Burlington, San Francisco, Dallas, Philadelphia)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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