|About Georgian Architecture
The Federal style, and its English counterpart the Georgian style, defined the architecture of the early American republic. The Federal style is derived from the neoclassical and includes the Adam, Regency and Jeffersonian architectural styles.
Federal Style Mouldings
Federal mouldings are typically composed using the ogee, fillet, ovolo, bead and quirk, and the other molding profiles of classical architecture. Its decorations and mouldings are less ornamental than Georgian but still typically include fine details.
|Elevation drawing and design courtesy of The D.H. Ellison Co.|