462 19th century american victorian Home Design Photos

Knight Construction Design | Chanhassen, Minnesota
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Exterior
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Late-20th-century French eclectic mansard. A subtype of Second Empire style descended into early 20th-century American homebuilding, defined by a steeply pitched roof enclosing a second level and a nearly flat-hipped top portion. Late-20th-century builders very loosely interpreted
Late-20th-century French eclectic mansard. A subtype of Second Empire style descended into early 20th-century American homebuilding, defined by a steeply pitched roof enclosing a second level and a nearly flat-hipped top portion. Late-20th-century builders very loosely interpreted its predecessors by
“front porch” — missyk1234
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Victorian Splendor
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home sits proudly in Cambridge's Avon Hill Historic District. Past was blended with present in the restoration of this property to its original 19th century elegance. The design satisfied historical requirements with its attention to authentic detailsand materials; it also satisfied the wishes of the
“another idea for tv” — zoccoli4
Fotograf Lisbet Spörndly
Cat's house
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This classic wallpaper look like it's straight out of the victorian era. Modern furnishings keep the look fresh.
Uppsala. Most of the homes were built in the beginning of the 20th century, and Cat wanted to make sure that her home's architecture reflected that style. "The goal was to make it fit in with the existing houses in the beginning of the 20th century, but in an original way," she says. Wallpaper, curtains: Designers
“Wallpaper” — smashleypie
POC+P architects
Drumkeerin,1888 Restoration and New Traditional additions
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1. The traditional worker’s cottage An Aussie classic, this late 19th-century cottage is full of old-world charm. Colorbond corrugated roofing, a sandstone chimney, stone walls, Victorian-period door and cast-iron brackets make a strong statement, while the earthy colour palette
1. The traditional worker’s cottageAn Aussie classic, this late 19th-century cottage is full of old-world charm. Colorbond corrugated roofing, a sandstone chimney, stone walls, Victorian-period door and cast-iron brackets make a strong statement, while the earthy colour palette works intuitively with
“elements” — Girl@to build
Period Homes, Inc.
2009 Southern Accents Showhome
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Victorian feel green nook? Um, yes!
Architecturally speaking, this doesn't qualify as a real conservatory, but the look is pure 19th-century English.
Colonial LushThe plantation colonial look is its own style. Think 19th-century English design meets the tropics. It's a mix of buttoned up and completely wild. This room, with its
with arching fronds that fill the vertical space.Whether your dream decor is a casual beach style or something closer to the formal splendor of a Victorian palm court, Kentia palm can help you get there.
“dark slate floor” — elizabethbt
ORBIS design
Bourke Terrace
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conceal unexpected interiors, it’s also hard to believe they were once banned in most parts of Australia.In the 19th century, the terrace house (a style imported from Britain) was – like the Victorian home – a symbol of Australia’s flourishing wealth. Developers built long rows of terraces to accommodate city
stucco, architects fashionably dressed their terrace houses in, what has been fondly termed “iron petticoats” – cast-iron lacework like that of the Victorian style homes. However, as much as we may admire terraces now, by the 1890s, many of these terrace rows had come to be considered slums and breeding
architects no longer needed to import it from Britain, aiding the development of Australia’s industry and craftsmanship.Commonly seen on the balconies of Victorian- and Federation-style homes, wrought iron is used functionally and decoratively for railings, valances, balustrades, and fretwork. A simple geometric
“Australia homes” — ondbrown
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Victorian Splendor
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home sits proudly in Cambridge's Avon Hill Historic District. Past was blended with present in the restoration of this property to its original 19th century elegance. The design satisfied historical requirements with its attention to authentic detailsand materials; it also satisfied the wishes of the
Siding, Victorian stained glass and porch rails
“window” — stoshk
Moore Architects, PC
Willow Oak Residence
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reminiscent gothic Victorian was a landmark in a neighborhood of late 19th century wood frame homes. The two story house had been changed many times over its 116 year life with most of the changes diminishing the style and integrity of the original home. Beginning during the mid-twentieth century, few of the
of the details on the exterior of the house matched the original details. This fact was confirmed by researching the house and studying turn-of-the-century photographs. The second floor addition was removed, facilitating the restoration of the four sided mansard roof tower. The final design for the house
“facade” — Annamay Laurina
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