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from Architectural Digest

12 Sunrooms That Are Bright and Welcoming

Built in 1913 for Burton E. Green, a founder of Beverly Hills, the home of Geoff and Anne Palmer received a thorough makeover from Los Angeles designer Craig Wright. The winter garden, a Neoclassical-style solarium that Wright conjured from an old plastic sunroom, is used as an informal dining area. April 200

Many designers working today have been inspired by the many Neoclassical styles of the 19th and 20th century. Regency, Empire, Directoire, Art Deco and Hollywood Regency were all influenced by the antient Greece and Rome. All design has a story and it fascinates me.Clean lines, classic period furnishings and interesting color choices are some of the of the elements you see in todays interpretation of Regency.

from Better Homes and Gardens

Incorporating Period Architecture: Exteriors

Neoclassical Entry The Neoclassical style reflects the prevailing tastes for classical forms in the first decades of the 20th century. It is based primarily on the Greek and Roman architecture orders. The style is characterized by symmetrical facades, large, pedimented porticos, and Roman columns. The facade of a Neoclassical home is often dominated by a full-height porch with a roof supported by classical columns, as seen on this home.

from Condé Nast Traveler

Travel Inspiration

The neoclassic Romanian Atheneum, constructed in 1888 by French architect Albert Galleron, is home to the George Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra. Bucharest, Romania

from SeeSea Interiors

Old with New

Learn how to mix old with new in your home decor - antiques and modern elements in the bedroom, kitchen, living room and dining room.

The Gothic Revival (also referred to as Victorian Gothic or Neo-Gothic) is an architectural movement that began in the late 1740s in England.