Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Window Views and doors too



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True saltbox house

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John Adams birthplace, Quincy, Mass.

Door details:
pilasters (columns on either side of the door)
architrave (horizontal band of trim)
pediment (triangular piece on the top)
dentil molding (called dentil because it looks like teeth)

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8 comments:

☺lani☺ said...

my 2nd time here... nice windows!

boliyou said...

Mary, how cool! I love that you've got the architectural elements there as well. I'm trying to learn more about them, too.

Jew Wishes said...

Lovely window and door views! Nice details.

ewok1993 said...

Hello teach, Happy Wednesday. Thanks for the architectural information.

Limar said...

That's a beautiful building! Just posted my first door/window on my blog :)

VioletSky said...

an unadorned beauty.
I imagine it was painted at some point, but I rather like this rustic look.

Lew said...

For a rather plain house, they put a lot of work into the entrance. Great post!

Pat said...

Such a cool looking house. I love the ruggedness of it and the pattern of the wood.