Colonial Christmas Decor Ideas
Center of the home
A 12-foot-wide central hallway stretches from the front entry to the back door. In colonial days, halls like this were places to conduct business.
The layout of the main living area is faithful to traditional Colonial architecture -- with the center hall going front to back between four rooms. But the doorways are more than twice as wide (double pocket doors are 7 feet wide), and the home's windows are much larger, creating a light-filled interior that celebrates the landscape.