this is what the simpsons' home would look like in different architectural styles
 

this is what the simpsons' home would look like in different architectural styles

the simpsons TV show has been virtually ever-present on our screens since 1989, with the instantly identifiable residence at 742 evergreen terrace becoming a symbol of american suburbia. boasting a pink façade, (which became a lighter brown as the seasons wore on), the two-story detached dwelling is one of TV’s most recognizable family homes, despite its somewhat mundane suburban appearance.

simpsons home architectural styles
art deco

 

 

but what if homer hired an architect? a new series responds to america’s diverse mix of architectural styles, giving the dwelling a range of stylistic makeovers. the images — produced by neomam studios for homeadvisor — considers how the recognizable residence could look if the family had embraced a range of popular housing styles — from art deco to victorian. a tudor abode is characterized by slanted timber beams decorating the front-facing portion of the roofing, while elsewhere, large windows, verandas, and balconies pay homage to mediterranean styles of architecture.

simpsons home architectural styles
log cabin

simpsons home architectural styles
contemporary 

simpsons home architectural styles
american colonial 

simpsons home architectural styles
mediterranean

simpsons home architectural styles
cape cod

simpsons home architectural styles
victorian

simpsons home architectural styles
tudor revival 

simpsons home architectural styles
the original simpsons’ home | image via simpsons wiki

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