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Georgian in Atlanta’s tony Buckhead neighborhood. Proportions are just right (quite tough on a new Georgian). Love the tripartite picture window above the semi-circular classical portico - brick details.

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Enticing Front Door Ideas Assorted Ornament And Decorations: Georgian Arc Transom Doors Over Dark Olde Front Door Ideas With White Frames As Decorate Brick Wall Facade For European Classic Home Designs

ARCHITECTURE – Certain styles of homes seem to demand a specific type of shutter. Although we always recommend you allow your own personal preference to prevail, we’ve provided an architectural style guide below. We suggest you consult with your architect or contractor, or call our Shutter Professionals for further assistance. Our most fervent wish is that you get the shutters you love.

Choosing Shutters for your Home

q choosing shutters for your home, curb appeal, home decor, home improvement, What shutter styles go with what style home

Located on Whitemarsh Island near Savannah, Georgia, this new home designed by architecture firm Historical Concepts embraces the traditional look of stately Southern homes with elegant Georgian architecture and gracious details.

Inside a Georgia Island Home with Gracious Southern Charm

Savannah Grey Brick Gorgeous Savannah, GA home designed by Libby Putman and Angie Horned of Coastline Design Works, LLC.

This is a Georgian style home. It has quoins, keystones, and end chimneys.

This is a Georgian home. And I know this because of the quoins, keystones, and end chimneys.

Georgian houses are so gorgeous.  I'd love one in that style (though not quite so big, I'm sure).

Architectural Style: Georgian- A box shaped house with two story's, nine windows, five on top, four on bottom, and two chimneys.

Georgian architecture: The Royal Crescent in Bath, England.

Royal Crescent, Bath, England was a beautiful sight to behold. It was strange to learn that the facade was little more than that originally. reminds me of Jane Austen

The Greek orders. Illustration: Emma Kelly - the Romans absorbed the Greek orders into their own architecture

Georgian architecture: how to identify the Greek orders