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Dutch Colonial Homes in America

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Published by Rizzoli International Publications .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Landscape art & architecture,
  • U.S. Architecture - General,
  • Residential Interior Design,
  • Vernacular Architecture,
  • Architecture,
  • USA,
  • Domestic,
  • History - Specific Styles,
  • Architecture / General,
  • House & Home / General,
  • Design & Drafting

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsGeoffrey Gross (Introduction), Harrison Frederick Meeske (Photographer), Susan Piatt (Photographer)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages240
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8247804M
    ISBN 100847824667
    ISBN 109780847824663


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Dutch Colonial Homes in America by Roderic H. Blackburn Download PDF EPUB FB2

An authoritative work-- written by eminent experts in the field-- Dutch Colonial Homes in America explores the homes in their broader social context by focusing on the historical and religious forces of the times. This book is the first to investigate the meaning of the home and its aesthetics for the Dutch in America, and also the first to look at these homes as a form of art and craft and, Cited by: 1.

Excellent book by an expert on the Hudson Valley Dutch. Very informative on the building of these houses and historical information on each house presented.

Fabulous photos of exterior and interiors of the houses. The owners opened up their private homes and the reader is invited in. Wonderful book!5/5(13).

A History of the colonial Dutch --Evolution of the Dutch house --The Homes. The Northern Frontier: the Mohawk and upper Hudson River Valleys: Pieter Bronck house; Leendert Bronck house; Luykas Van Alen house; Cornelis Schermerhorn house; Albertus Van Loon house; Pieter Winnie house; Arriantje and Samuel Coeymans house; Teunise Slingerland house; Mabee farm; Rensselaer Nicoll house/Bethlehem Dutch Colonial Homes in America book.

Dutch Colonial Homes in America by Geoffrey Gross (Foreword by), Susan Piatt (Photographer), Roderic H Blackburn (Text by) starting at $ Dutch Colonial Homes in America has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace.

Colonial American House Styles Guide, to The Dutch Colonial House. Most houses that survive from the Colonial era—such as early Capes, Saltboxes, and Georgians—are descendants of English styles. But in some regions of the country, settlers originating in other lands put to use the building traditions they Author: Bob Vila.

We offer this new book of home designs for the purpose of assisting those desiring to build a home of their own, or to improve their present one.

These homes are in American Colonial, New England, English Colonial, Dutch Colonial, English Manor, Italian, Spanish or Mission styles, assuring a wide choice in design as well as in size and materials.

Dutch Colonial Style Floor Plans Gambrel rooflines, reminiscent of classic barns, set Dutch Colonial homes apart. Other characteristics of Dutch Colonial architecture include side entrances, central double Dutch doorways (upper and lower halves can be opened separately), asymmetrical layouts, ground-level porches, double-hung sash windows, and.

Guide to Colonial American House Styles From to New England Colonial (s–) German Colonial (s–mids) Spanish Colonial (–) Dutch Colonial (–mids) Cape Cod Houses (–mids) Stone Ender Houses (s–s) Georgian Colonial (s–) French.

When North America was colonized by the Europeans, settlers brought building traditions from many different countries. Colonial American house styles from the s until the American Revolution include a wide range of architectural types, including New England Colonial, German Colonial, Dutch Colonial.

"A Dutch Colonial Home of Rare Charm" Gordon Van Tine Dutch Colonial Revival plan No. The Dutch Colonial style home was popular everywhere and was easily adapted for formal or cottage living in both city and country.

Dutch Colonial Revival Style - Gambrel Roof - Model No. - Gordon Van Tine - Kit Homes57 pins. A magnificent Dutch Colonial home with a flowing interior design in indigo, orange and neutrals.

This featured home is a lovely renovation in Plandome, New York, by Chango & Co. Dutch Colonial Homes in America book owners of this Dutch Colonial home wanted an interior design that was both warm and inviting, while still utilizing the textures of the tropics and acknowledging.

For Dutch Colonial homes, this means maintaining the gentle facade and features typical to these homes, while also focusing on materials that were in use when the home was constructed. Materials used on Dutch Colonial homes can vary dramatically based on when the home was built and the materials available near the property.

Dutch colonial Dutch colonial. Dutch colonies in New York and New Jersey existed for a relatively short time in s, but Dutch colonists continued to build homes in their own distinctive style. Dutch Colonial homes are called such because the style originated by American settlers hailing from the Netherlands in the early- to mids, and Occupation: Contributing Writer.

Title and Author/Editor: Dutch Colonial Homes in America (Roderic H. Blackburn), The Treasure House of Early American Rooms (John A.

Sweeney), The French Touch (Daphné de Saint Sauveur), The English Room (Derry Moore and Michael Pick), and more: Genre: Art, Architecture and Photography, Design: Binding: Hardcover: Dust Jacket: Yes: Publisher.

Inspired by the practical homes built by early Dutch, English, French, and Spanish settlers in the American colonies, colonial house plans often feature a salt box shape and are built in wood or brick. Colonial style homes may also sport classical details, such as columned or pedimented porticoes and multi-pane double-hung windows with shutters.

The first Dutch settlement in North America was built in late on Castle island (an island in the Hudson river just south of Albany, NY). This trading post was called Fort Nassau, but this fort frequently lay under water and was consequently abandoned in The Dutch West India Company was chartered specifically to trade in the New World, where the Dutch had acquired colonies in Brazil, the Caribbean, and the east coast of North America.

Pursuing its commercial interest in New Netherland, the company established Fort Orange (Albany), Breuckelen (Brooklyn), Vlissingen (Flushing), and in Delaware.

The type of homes built during colonial times varied greatly depending on the local resources, the region, and the wealth of the family.

The houses built by the first English settlers in America were small single room homes. Many of these homes were "wattle and daub" homes.

They had wooden frames which were filled in with sticks. America may have 50 states now, but a little less than years ago it consisted of just 13 colonies. Even today, there are some amazing homes built during the colonial period that still stand. Developed in French-settled areas of North America beginning with the founding of Quebec in and New Orleans, Louisiana inas well as along the Mississippi River valley to Missouri.

The early French Colonial house type of the Mississippi River Valley region was the poteaux-en-terre. Using American Colonial interior decorating style in your home is not complicated. Colonial homes, their architecture and interior decorating ideas are elegant, comfortable and rich.

Crown moldings and wooden panels, window shutters and expressive textures, mahogany wood furniture and natural home f. However, when you hear American Colonial architecture, you can assume it means British Colonial architecture in America.

That’s because (1) America was under British colonial rule for the longest time and in the largest area, and (2) British Colonial as a type of architecture “is much less Occupation: Contributing Writer.

Another advantage, as seen in the Federal Direct Tax records, was that gambrel-roofed houses were classified for tax purposes as one-story homes, which allowed them to be taxed at a lower rate than two-story houses. The Dutch Colonial Revival, without question, is one of the prettiest and most varied house styles built during the 20th century.

Dutch Americans, not to be confused with the Pennsylvania Dutch, are Americans of Dutch descent whose ancestors came from the Netherlands in the recent or distant past.

Whether it is intentional, they usually maintain connections with their Dutch heritage, by having, for example, a Dutch surname or belonging to a Dutch community group.

The Colonial style—dating back to —is one of the most popular home styles in the United States. Colonial-style homes usually have two or three stories, fireplaces, and brick or wood facades.

The classic Colonial-style house floor plan has the kitchen and family room on the first floor and the bedrooms on the second : Hannah Bruneman. Every house that I’ve inspected, listed as a “Dutch Colonial”, has had very little in common with homes built by the Dutch in colonial America.

They were all actually colonial revival homes, built during the first 40 years of the 20th century, that had gambrel (double-pitched, barn-like) roofs. This month we are going to explore all the various house styles throughout the United States. Each day we will go over the key features and elements that.

Colonial house plans are refined and charming, preserving the classic elements of the numerous house styles that marked the colonial period of the United States, including those with French, Spanish, Dutch, and Georgian architectural roots. Authentic colonial houses have traditional floor plans with clearly defined spaces and plenty of interior.

American Colonial Architecture in Modern Day America. After the Centennial International Exposition inthe citizens of the United States of America experienced a renewal of interest in their own history and the Colonial Revival architecture spread throughout the nation.

A variant of the Colonial Revival style, the Dutch Colonial offered in the Harris catalog for is a fine example of the style. At square feet, it's designed for a homeowner of substance, this home features four bedrooms (including a guest room and maid's room), a. Dutch Colonial is a style of domestic architecture, primarily characterized by gambrel roofs having curved eaves along the length of the house.

Modern versions built in the early 20th century are more accurately referred to as "Dutch Colonial Revival", a subtype of the Colonial Revival style. Dutch Colonial is a Gordon Van Tines Kit Home.

Van Tines kit homes are often mistaken for Sears Catalog homes. I wrote briefly about Sears Catalog homes in Ranch Style House Time Traveler where I want to go back in time to the early s to buy a Sears home for the Back To The Future price of $$4, This Dutch Colonial is however, a Gordon Van Tines mail order Kit Home.

Resource No. Dutch Colonial Homes in America. Roderic H. Blackburn. This lavishly-illustrated volume provides an unprecedented look at twenty-eight houses (plus eleven barns and other structures) built in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries by Dutch colonists in the north-eastern United States, primarily in upstate New York and along the Hudson River Valley, on Long Island and Staten.

The DeFeo Stigmatized property residence was a large, rambling, three-story Dutch Colonial home built in Because the property was long and narrow, the dark-shingled house sat sideways with the front door facing the elongated driveway. Zillow has 1 homes for sale in Havertown PA matching Dutch Colonial.

View listing photos, review sales history, and use our detailed real estate filters to find the perfect place. Whatever the origins of the style, the homes became an important part of America's architectural heritage; and, in the early 20th century, would be imitated all over the United States (see Dutch Colonial Revival Architecture in America).

Here are some specific examples in the United States: Toddsbury, Nuttall Vicinity, Gloucester County, Virginia. Main road of Milton, MA. This lovely Dutch Colonial built in in Milton, Mass sits prominently above the road.

The color chosen for this home were taken from this Moore Paints color card issued the same year the house was built. Homes in Dutch cultural areas of colonial New York and New Jersey, and the functional and decorative objects that adorned them, are highly distinctive.

In their style and methods of construction, these houses differ considerably from their counterparts in New England and Virginia, and derive directly from late medieval and Renaissance building. We have 41 properties for sale listed as massachusetts dutch colonial, from just $, Find state of ma properties for sale at the best price.Early 20th Century Completed Projects – Custom Historic Colors.

Below are a few examples of my completed projects from Post Civil War era homes. These include the styles of Craftsman, Bungalow, Arts and Crafts, Colonial Revival, Spanish/Mission and Colonial .Secondary influences came from Post-Medieval English and Dutch Colonial examples, evident in gambrel-roofed examples or later Colonial Revival examples with second-story overhangs.

More researched and accurate examples appeared between andaided by the publication of a large number of books and periodicals on the subject of colonial.