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Named after King Edward VII, Queen Victoria’s son, the Edwardian period lasted from 1901 to 1910 (though some say it lasted until 1914 or 1918).
Architecture from this time was heavily influenced by the Arts and Crafts movement, favoring modest and handcrafted design. Arts and Crafts style, Shingle style, Craftsman-style, Tudor Revival, and Mission Revival are all forms of Edwardian homes.
Many Edwardian homes can be found in San Francisco and you may be familiar with the beloved Painted Ladies there which are a blend of Victorian and Edwardian style architecture, classified as Queen Anne style.
Due to the varying influences on Edwardian architecture, there are no set characteristics to be found in every Edwardian style home. However, bay windows, Dutch gables, pilasters, sash windows, and half-timber exteriors are some features you can expect to find.