Home Style Library

Let our Home Style Library show you how to enhance the architectural style of your home. Within each home style, you’ll find an Andersen Home Style Pattern Book that provides you with the tools to make it easier to replicate the most popular, time-proven architectural home styles. Browse the Andersen Home Style Library, select the style that most fits you and view the pattern book for inspiration.
craftsman bungalow home style

Craftsman Bungalow

Craftsman Bungalow home styles developed from the British Arts & Crafts movement, feature double-hung or casement windows, exterior trim that contrasts with the window frame color, and grille patterns that create vertical proportions.

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American Farmhouse home style

American Farmhouse

The American Farmhouse home style is influenced by Colonial and Victorian styles, features tall, narrow double-hung windows, bay windows and window groupings, and 2-over-2 grille patterns.
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French Eclectic Home Style

French Eclectic

The French Eclectic home style features a combination of French architectural styles, was popularized by soldiers returning from WWI, tall, steeply pitched, hipped or gabled roofs, and vertically oriented windows with grilles.
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georgian federal home style

Georgian / Federal

The Georgian Federal home style is a variation of colonial architecture, features tall double-hung windows simple window combinations, and multiple divided lights with rectangular grilles.
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cape cod home style

Cape Cod

The Cape Cod home style evolved from New England’s early Colonial style houses in the early 1700s. This home style features steep roofs with side gables and multi-paned double-hung windows with shutters.
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prairie home style


The Prairie home style is the first architecture of American origin, features casement windows that combine in horizontal shapes, brown, red and rust window trim colors, and art glass or Prairie grilles.
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queen anne home style

Queen Anne

The Queen Anne home style emerged during Victorian era (1880–1910), features gables, bay windows, towers and overhangs, double-hung windows often with art glass, and grille patterns create geometric shapes.

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shingle home style


The Shingle home style is distinctly American and traces its beginnings to the late 19th century, with interiors borrowed heavily from the Arts & Crafts style, features window height-to-width proportion of 2-to-1, a wide variety of accent windows, and 6" x 6" square grille patterns.
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tudor home style illustration


The Tudor home style, based loosely on early English building traditions, is as eclectic as it is picturesque. The most distinctive feature of these homes are their exposed timbers interspersed with stucco. The Tudor style’s preference for asymmetrical design provides a greatly admired versatility, adaptability and design flexibility.
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