The Tuscan style embraces classical architectural elements with an ornate flair. The distinguishable features of the style include additive forms, rustic exterior elements of stucco, rough-cut stone and barrel tile roofs, and ornate elements of wrought-iron railings and wall accents. Originally from the northern Italian region of Tuscany, the style is known to blend harmoniously with the surrounding landscape. In contemporary times, the style has spread abroad and is popular for its Old-World European charm that homeowners find easily recognizable.


• Stucco and Plaster Walls
• Rustic Stone Exterior
• Terracotta Roof Tiles
• Earth-tone Colors
• Courtyards
• Fountains
• Reclaimed Wood Beams
• Wood and Tile Flooring
• Arched Openings
• Vaulted Ceilings
• Wrought Iron Detailing
• Prominent Chimneys