Architectural Spotlight | American Colonial Revival builds a homey sense of history
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Architectural Spotlight | American Colonial Revival builds a homey sense of history

Architectural Spotlight | American Colonial Revival builds a homey sense of history
Architectural designers Arthur and Nina Zwebell built this 1937 American Colonial Revival home, but they were known for 1920s courtyard apartments. (Anthony Barcelo)
Architectural Spotlight | American Colonial Revival builds a homey sense of history

The Colonial Revival’s cedar shingles bring an East Coast vibe to the exterior. 

 (Pierre Galant Photography)
Architectural Spotlight | American Colonial Revival builds a homey sense of history

This 1920s Colonial in Alhambra was used in the filming of the 1990s comedies “The Father of the Bride” and “The Father of the Bride II.”

 (Compass)
Architectural Spotlight | American Colonial Revival builds a homey sense of history

Two-story Colonial Revival home in Wilshire Park features oak floors, crown molding, original built-ins, a restored fir wood staircase and a rebuilt fireplace and chimney with marble surround. Mature trees surround a park-like backyard. 

 (Darwin Nervcesian)
Architectural Spotlight | American Colonial Revival builds a homey sense of history

The Bel-Air home of film studio executive James Robinson.

 (Nick Springett)
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