The Georgian style of architecture became an established style in America during the eighteenth century. The architectural principles guiding the Georgian home are based on balanced proportions; the floor plans and façades of these homes exhibit equal and uniform sizes and shapes in both space and ornamentation.
Determine the material you want to use for your construction. These can be clapboard or brick, although brick is far more common. There are various patterns of brick used for Georgian architecture. The Flemish-bond is common, as is English-bond.