Queen Anne

Circa 1880-1893 in Aspen
In the United States, Queen Anne developed from the desire to establish a national style. This style includes decorative wall surface patterns, framed in strap-work, polychrome color schemes, and steeply pitched rooflines. Typically, the buildings are 1 - 2-stories in height. Preserving the ornamental details and the original materials of this style are high priorities.

Characteristics:

  • irregular, asymmetrical massing
  • forward extension of wall planes; towers and triangular sections
  • decorative shingles
  • spindlework porch supports with lace-like brackets
  • windows with leaded or stained glass
  • patterned window panes
  • bay windows
  • corbelled brick chimneys
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