Prairie Style Home Addition
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The owners of this Prairie Style house wanted to make sure the addition matched the original. Prairie Style grew out of Frank Lloyd Wright’s school of architecture, which was heavily influenced by Craftsman Style. Prairie Style houses often feature low-pitched roof lines, gabled or hipped roofs, and deep overhanging eaves. They also use primarily wood and stone materials (preferably local), such as the cedar siding and bluestone steps of this home.