What Style Gingerbread House Are You?

Warm, spicy and always with a good snap, everyone knows the foundation of a good gingerbread house comes from the perfect cookie. But once you’ve got the foundation, how do you decorate it? Often mirroring your real-life home tastes, you start to think about your gingerbread house aesthetic and how it reflects your personality. So, what style gingerbread house are you?

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Classic Colonial

Are you formal, stately and classic? Do you prefer symmetrical designs and the warmth of brick-laden fireplaces? Do the outside decorations appear simple, neat and reminiscent of your childhood? If so, you are definitely a classic colonial gingerbread house.

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Vibrant Victorian

Much like the colonial, this classic, historical home makes a bold, grand statement. If you like colonials, but need a little more pizazz, then you probably call a Victorian your home. Often regarded for its ornate design and complex, multifaceted personality, the Victorian home is a nice, updated spin on the classic tale.

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Stunning Spanish

If you’re more about the structure and less about all the fuss of décor, then you might be a Spanish-style home. Known for its bold archways, stucco siding and ornate tilework, these homes stand out as unique and individual, just like you!

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Charming Craftsman

Are you bold, daring and larger than life? These modern homes have a solid foundation with column-heavy front porches and personalized, handcrafted touches that make it uniformly unique. Striking on the outside and wide open on the inside, the craftsman home has room for everyone.

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Images and idea for blog sourced from: https://www.realtor.com/homemade/which-gingerbread-house-style-are-you/

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