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Queen Anne

1830-1880

 

Designed in America by Henry Hobson Richardson in the early 1870s, this style was first created by Richard Norman Shaw in England.


General description:

  • Large, multistory, formal, and irregularly shaped

  • Multiple surface textures, materials, ornamentation, and color

  • Each is unique


Exterior features to consider in kitchen design:

  • Multiple chimneys, turrets, bays, overhangs, window styles, and color

  • Culmination of many styles in one structure


Recommended kitchen design elements:

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Cabinet Doors

  • Type: Lipped or full overlay

  • Style: Raised square panel

  • Wood: Cherry, maple, or oak

Countertops

  • Laminate

  • Soapstone

  • Granite

Flooring

  • Linoleum

  • Slate

  • Wood

Architectural Details

  • Crown moulding

  • Chair rail

 


 



 

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