People naturally get attracted to amazing architectural structures, especially houses that they see around them. Not just the modern houses, but even the ones we get to see in old TV series or films are just splendid. So have you ever wondered how houses looked centuries before?
If you haven’t, we think this might be the best chance for you to have a glance at how American Houses have changed during the past centuries. Over time, the idea one has about how their house should look changes gradually. The houses in the present day have gradually evolved over these years with things being added and taken off. So this whole evolution of houses took the interest of American Home Sheild. Scroll down to see the recreation of the evolution of American Houses.
#1 Cape Cod Style (1600s–1950s)
#2 Georgian Colonial House Style (1690s–1830)
#3 Federal Style (1780–1840)
#4 Greek Revival House Style (1825–1860)
As the company had hit its 50th year of success they have thought of celebrating it in an architectural manner. So, they had come up with the idea of recreating the evolution that had happened in houses of America. They have modified an image of a house to match these different times.
#5 Italianate House (1840–1885)
#6 Queen Anne Style (1880–1910)
#7 Queen Anne Style (1880–1910)
#8 Art Deco + Art Moderne House Style (1920–1945)
These images show how things have changed throughout time and what they have come to. With a number of similarities in almost all of these architectural designs, every house looks unique in its own way.
#9 Ranch Style (1945–1980)
#10 Prefabricated Homes (1945-present)
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