This two-story home is made from clapboard or shingles with a gambrel roof, flared eaves, and a side-entry flooring plan. Expressing American patriotism and a return to classical architectural styles, Colonial Revival turned a normal fashion in the 20th century. Many consider Cornelia Hill (1836–1923) introduced the Chateauesque home style to California. Hill constructed the home shown right here in Redlands, close to San Bernardino east of Los Angeles, California.
The feel of this home’s design starts with the attractive new entrance door and reshaping of the walkway. The warm new colour and clean new landscaping brighten issues up. New windows and wooden pillars amplify the exterior and add to the sense of calm. The bigger home windows and entrance door, plus a sleek new storage door, present pure mild indoors and a way of openness to this home’s exterior design. Our designers integrated wood tones to add heat, as nicely as statement lighting and a dark grey paint colour (Benjamin Moore’s Soot) to invoke moodiness.