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American Colonial Living Rooms

American Colonial- Tetrad Color harmony- yellow, red, green, blue, typically in tints and tones of the pure color.

Beautifully restored Del. riverfront historic Pursley's Ferry House & former Tavern c.1750; 25 ac-24; significant Lenni Lenape archeological site;on Nat'l Register of Historic Places.

1750 Colonial Era – 115 Old River Rd, Milford, NJ 08848 Beautiful Del. riverfront historic Pursley's Ferry House & former Tavern

Colonial home with stone and stucco exterior accented with sash windows with pale gray shutters and a slate tiled roof framing dormer windows.

Stone house decorated for Christmas with a wreath on each front window. This house is amazing.

Middleburg Virginia architecture firm Donald Lococo washington DC remodel a kitchen farmhouse kitchen white kitchen old flooring farmhouse renovations

A historic house in bucolic horse country Middleburg, Virginia was restored by Washington architecture firm, Donald Lococo Architects. This home addition featured two wings and a new staircase so this old stone house could accommodate a modern lifestyle.

I grew up in an 18th century farmhouse, and we just went to Annapolis yesterday, so I was feeling inspired to look up some colonial interio...

The Perfect Green Gray Paint - FOR MY HOUSE . Because no matter how good a paint color can look .

American colonial architecture includes several building design styles associated with the colonial period of the United States - Corwin House, Salem, MA circa 1660, First Period English (late-medieval).

The Witch House of Salem. The only structure left with direct ties to the Salem witchcraft trials of 1692

"A fireplace warms the space where a potbellied stove once stood in this Colonial living room. The green hue around the windows and mantel was inspired by trips to Williamsburg, Va."  Photo credit: Keith Scott Morton.

42 Cozy Country Ideas for Your Fireplace

A collection of Country Living's favorite fireplace mantels, fireplace designs, and fireplace photos.

17th century New England Colonial built primarily from wood, following styles found in southeastern counties of England. Style remains popular today for single family homes across New England states

Well preserved New England wooden colonial houses in historic Marblehead, Massachusetts. This architectural style remains popular today for single family homes across New England states.