Dutch Colonial Revival

Dutch Colonial Revival

Revival architecture from the late 19th century onward, loosely based on the Dutch Colonial prototypes described previously, including a gambrel roof, flared eaves, Dutch doors, and multipaned double-hung windows. Revival houses often retain many of the characteristics of their prototypes, but differ significantly as a result of modern additions such as a gambrel roof with dormers, wood shutters having decorative designs cut through the shutters, and cross gambrels.
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Some of the most significant architectural features of the Mission Revival building with Dutch Colonial Revival touches are hidden from travelers: The pristinely preserved Fred Harvey restaurant (he of "The Harvey Girls" fame), with its Streamline Moderne features and the soaring trussed ceilings of the main ticketing hall can only be seen by location crews or those attending private events.
But its classic Dutch Colonial Revival exterior belies the fashionable global mix of periods and styles inside.
Conant describes himself as the "fortunate owner" of a 1928 Dutch Colonial Revival Bungalow on Greeley Street.
CUTLINE: Larry Conant on the porch of his Dutch Colonial Revival Bungalow on Greeley Street, Clinton.
1 -- color) Many travelers gravitate to bed-and-breakfast inns for a sense of charm, and there is plenty to be had in Santa Barbara's Bath Street Inn, housed in an 1890's Dutch Colonial Revival house.
Bath Street Inn: At this 1890s Dutch Colonial Revival house near upper State, we ascended a narrow staircase to the third floor to reach the Wedgwood Room, the only room in the house that fit our criteria (it rents for $125 per night).
But when Nancy Copsey saw the "for sale" sign in front of a century-old, yellow-and-white Dutch Colonial Revival on a tree-dotted, two-thirds-acre lot, she couldn't resist.