ARCHITECTURERoots of Style: Origins and Interpretations of the Bungalow
Bungalows translate effortlessly across continents and cultures to adapt comfortably to many styles and regionsFull Story
ARCHITECTURERoots of Style: Do You Live in a Minimalist Traditional House?
Cottages, bungalows, farmhouses ... whatever you call them, houses in this style share several characteristics. See how many your house hasFull Story
ARCHITECTURERoots of Style: Ranch Architecture Roams Across the U.S.
Great remodeling potential and generously spaced sites make ranch homes ever popular. Is one of the many variations right for you?Full Story
ARCHITECTURERoots of Style: Midcentury Styles Respond to Modern Life
See how postwar lifestyles spawned a range of styles, including minimalist traditional, ranch, split level and modern shed. What's next?Full Story
ARCHITECTURERoots of Style: Queen Anne Homes Present Regal Details
Complex facades with bay windows, multiple shingle patterns and even towers make these Victorian-era homes a sight to beholdFull Story
TRADITIONAL ARCHITECTURERoots of Style: Dutch Colonial Homes Settle on the Gambrel Roof
Colonists from the Netherlands brought the gambrel roof and other quaint details. Has your home adapted any of these features?Full Story