65,697 19th Century Home Design Photos

Luci.D Interiors
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Summerlees - A living piece of Australian History
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sh styles of housing heavily influenced Australian architects in the 19th century and Victorian homes (named for the period in which Queen Victoria reigned)
an expression of the country’s increasing wealth and confidence in the 19th century, and of the development of Australia’s industry and craftsmanship.
climate.As a Victorian-style house it, too, is heavily influenced by 19th-century British architecture popular during the reign of Queen Victoria. Vic
an expression of the country’s increasing wealth and confidence in the 19th century, the settlement of interior land and of the development of Australia’s
“Love!” — Becca Bruce Bahr
Manias Associates Building Designers
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Kambrook
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Boom Style (1875 to 1890)Melbourne architecture in the late-19th century had a style all of its own. This ornately detailed and highly picturesque villa
immensely popular in Australia during the late-Victorian era. During the 19th century British architects looked to Classical archetypes, drawing on Italian
only reflects the growing wealth and prosperity in Victoria in the late-19th century, it also expresses the patriotism that many Australians and migrants
“Barbara frisette” — nancy mc neil decoratrice
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Swedish Summer Cabin in Sydney
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bedroom, Parisian-style shutters that wouldn’t look out of place in a 19th-century manor add character. Woodall added edging detail with this in mind, putting
Parisian-style shutters that wouldn’t look out of place in a 19th-century manor add character. Woodall added edging detail with this in mind,
Parisian-style shutters that wouldn’t look out of place in a 19th-century manor add character. Woodall added edging detail with this in mind, putting
bedroom, Parisian-style shutters that wouldn’t look out of place in a 19th-century manor add character. Woodall added edging detail with this in mind, putting
bedroom, Parisian-style shutters that wouldn’t look out of place in a 19th-century manor add character. Frag added edging detail with this in mind, putting
“Window shutters” — Charlotte Holley
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Levenson McDavid Architects
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178 Garfield Brooklyn A townhouse gut renovation retained the historic 19th Century detail, yet introduced modern conveniences such as high-efficiency central
178 Garfield Brooklyn A townhouse gut renovation retained the historic 19th Century detail, yet introduced modern conveniences such as high-efficiency central
"The design theme is brilliant, mixing 19th century details with modern and rustic elements flawlessly." (melissa) "every
belongs to a designer and a sculptor. The design theme is brilliant, mixing 19th century details with modern and rustic elements flawlessly. This is by far my
The amazing style created by the confident and bold combination of 19th Century architecture and modern taste is what makes this and the other rooms
“juxtapose modern in trad space- clean” — Meg Hawthorne
Dijeau Poage Construction
DPC Pacific Heights Residence
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marvelous 19th-century Italianate mansion. Notice the convex mansard roof, which is a shared
remove a building on the left side and take the view back to the turn of the century skyline...
And what would the 19th century be without the Italianate, Second Empire, Moorish and all of the other
levied by the number of floors but the attic doesn't count. When the 19th-century French government levied taxes based on floor count, Parisians took to
Returning to San Francisco, take in this marvelous 19th-century Italianate mansion. Notice the convex mansard roof, which is a shared
“It's in San Francisco” — imargiti
Kim Pearson Pty Ltd
Cottesloe Hilltop Residence
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It is a Georgian Regency table early 19C. English.
The vintage overdue rug pictured here works beautifully with the early 19th century painting by George Smith from James’ family home.
The vintage overdyed rug pictured here works beautifully with an early-19th-century painting by George Smith from James’ family home.
“Fabric on chair” — farheenfaj
Isler Homes
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Windsor Powder
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using an antique 19th century French marquetry commode with gilt bronze mounts incorporated as the lavatory. The mirror is a 19th century carved and guilded
is an 19th Century French antique, so it is one of a kind. I would suggest looking for a similar antique on 1stdibs.com
The vanity is 19th century French antique.
This chest is an antique 19th Century French marquetry commode with gilt bronze mounts and marble top. Similar
contemporary - Modern furniture refers to furniture produced from the late 19th century through the present that is influenced by modernism. It was a tremendous
powder room features an antique 19th-century French marquetry commode. Its look is quite formal paired with the 19th-century carved and gilded Italian antique
This piece is an 19th Century
“Scones!” — kavanaulevine
Doug Towle
The William Farley House
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Towle’s collection of 19th-century baskets hangs from the ceiling in the breakfast area, where Windsor chairs
bottles” lining the windows were salvaged from shipwrecks back in the 17th century.
Towle’s collection of 19th-century baskets hangs from the ceiling in the breakfast area, where Windsor chairs sit atop a painted floorcloth. The black
Towle’s collection of 19th-century baskets hangs from the ceiling in the breakfast area, where Windsor chairs
Auch im Essbereich nutzt Towle die Decke für seine Sammlerstücke, hier in Form von Körben aus dem 19. Jahrhundert. Wi
bottles” lining the windows were salvaged from shipwrecks back in the 17th century.
shipwrecks back in the 17th century.
“Baskets” — lori3171
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