Welcome to my Colonial Revival house portrait gallery.

Colonial revival style homes, grand or rustic, make interesting and varied house portraits. The Colonial Revival style of architecture was most popular in the United States between the late 1800s and the 1950s. Originally inspired by the colonial period of the Americas, Colonial Revivals can be identified by their blend of earlier American architectural styles, and there is quite a bit of variety in their details. Roofs can be gabled, hipped, gambrel, and more. They often have multi-paned windows with shutters, and their doors are covered by small porticos. In general, these homes have 2-stories, a rectangular footprint, and often have clapboard or brick facades. The Colonial Revival style is still influential in residential architecture today.

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Do you know of any Colonial Revival houses that have special meaning for you or someone you care about? If so, visit my contact page to get in touch with me. Find out how to get a personalized pen and watercolor house portrait of that special Colonial Revival style house.

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Cape Cod House Portrait Gallery
Colonial Revival House Portrait Gallery
Contemporary House Portrait Gallery
Cottage House Portrait Gallery
Craftsman House Portrait Gallery
Greek Revival House Portrait Gallery
Houses on the Water Portrait Gallery
Italianate House Portrait Gallery
Large Buildings & Churches Portrait Gallery
Large Homes on Estates Portrait Gallery
Ranch House Portrait Gallery
Row Homes Portrait Gallery
Spanish Revival House Portrait Gallery
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