Early 18thC British design style that developed principally during the reign of Queen Anne (1702-14). In the late 19thC, a version known as Queen Anne Revival emerged in architecture and reproduction furniture.
Perhaps the most frivolous housing style of the late 1800’s, it’s primary theme is asymmetry. Houses in Queen Anne style were general constructed of wood and incorporated towers and elaborate gingerbread with bewildering excess and were painted in a rainbow of colors.
Popular late 19th century revival style of early 18th century English architecture, characterized by irregularity of plan and massing and variety of texture.
Furniture and architectural styles developed during the reign of Queen Anne, often exhibiting curved legs and simple ornamentation.
The style of English furniture during the reign of Queen Anne. She ruled from 1702 to 1714 yet the style continued in various forms throughout the 18th century. The period is characterized by curves rather than straight lines. The Queen Anne style can is identified with the cabriole leg, the use of walnut rather than oak, increasing elegance of style and use of upholstery. The Queen Anne style existed in the United States during roughly the same time.
A Victorian-era style that originated in San Francisco.
an architectural style that was extremely popular in Oregon from about 1880 until 1900. It incorporates many elements of composition: a variety of roof types including large gables and turrets or towers, assorted porches and bay windows, an asymmetrical plan, and windows that are arched or rectangular, pilastered or recessed. Additional wooden decorative elements associated with the Eastlake style are common.
Pertaining to the style of architecture and furnishings prevailing in England in the early 18th century, characterized by simplicity and refinement if forms, with increased attention to French and Italian models.
The architecture and furniture style of England, under Dutch influence, during the short reign of Anne, 1702-1714.
A Victorian-era style that originated in England during the reign of Queen Anne and was revived in both England and America in the late 19th century.
Victorian-era style of home, which is multistory and features turrets, high chimneys and decorative trim.