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Various Home Styles

Each and every home has its own character. Depending on where you live, you'll see one style more prominent than others. Think about the Victorian houses of San Francisco, California for example. Their characterized by a more complex floor plan design, two and three stories, high ceilings and a steep roof. The floor plan usually emphasize rooms with specialized functions instead of general uses. There are formal dining rooms, parlors, sitting rooms and formal entertaining rooms. Some Victorian homes also have decorative stained glass, carved fireplaces and double doors.
The local Maryland movers learned the Victorian houses terms includes over than a dozen styles of domestic architecture made popular by Queen Victoria who ruled Britain from 1837 to 1901. There's typically two eras that represent Victorian homes: Early Victorian from 1840 to 1860 and Victorian from 1860-1900. Gothic Revival, Italian Villa and Romanesque's are architectures that are part of the earlier era. Victorian Gothic, Queen Anne and Second Empire are all of the later Victorian era. Queen Anne is the most American style, dominant style in America from 1880 to 1901. It had all the opulence including turrets, gables and bays of the Victorian style but was more economical.
 The Art Deco style of architecture is one that's very prominent in Miami Beach, Florida. The local Maryland moving specialists learned this design revolution of the 20s and 30s symbolized the rapid change of the industrial age. Forms are simplified and streamlined. Think built-in shelves and seating, glass block walls, round mirrors, bands of color, stylized doorways, stucco surfaces, geometric forms and steeped rooflines. All My Sons of Maryland learned that the floor plans were generally built with semi-open living areas and low walls between rooms. The bedrooms were strictly separated from all the rooms.
What' s your home's architecture style?