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Edwardian art nouveau style stained glass
Paneled doors with art nouveau glass. “The front doors of Edwardian homes are always really interesting,” Parinchy says. Hayes identifies Masonic
or wood, usually with Masonic imagery or symbols — and stained glass as Edwardian features. The stained glass is also seen in the art nouveau style; it is
the side panels too. An elegantly carved wooden porch is also common in Edwardian architecture.
porch is also a common sight in Edwardian architecture.
Paneled doors with art nouveau glass. “The front doors of Edwardian homes are always really interesting
Panelled doors with Art Nouveau glass‘The front doors of Edwardian homes are always really interesting,’ Michael Parinchy says. Rebecca Hayes identifies
“הרצפה בכניסה” — michalelgavi
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bullnose profiles of the roofs that cap the verandahs on Edwardian houses.
An extension to an Edwardian cottageBrick and steel are fused together in this
inspiration in the bullnose profiles of the roofs that cap the verandas on Edwardian houses.
reference to the bull-nosed corrugated-iron verandah roofing of the typical Edwardian home.Take a tour of this home
An extension for an Edwardian cottage. Brick and steel are fused in this rear addition to a historic
“Green wall panelling” — mellyshea
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I HAVE AN EDWARDIAN HOUSE! It's NOT Mock Tudor!
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History at a GlanceWhat: Edwardian architecture, a building style that flourished during the reign of King
Build 360 Rebecca Hayes, Rebecca Hayes InteriorsHalf-timbered exteriors. Edwardian homes sometimes feature half-timbered exteriors, which are created by using
from the Tudor period and make a home look really old,” Parinchy says. Edwardian mock-Tudor styles such as this one were popular for larger country homes
“Pretty” — carmelapple235
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Edwardian House Complete Renovation
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Edwardian homes todayMany people renovating Edwardian homes today take full advantage of the style’s penchant for light, airy spaces, and will often enhance
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skylights, additional windows or open extensions. The ground floors of Edwardian homes lend themselves well to vaulted roofs, because of ‘the impressive
their roofs, they also lend themselves well to loft conversions.’ The Edwardians left a strong legacy: their desire to have brighter and airier spaces
“neutrals...wall colour .rattan chairs” — graziellap
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kitchen island, which maintained the Edwardian feel. ‘If you were to have ventured into a cook’s kitchen in an Edwardian home, you would have found a big,
prominent British architect famous for fusing Edwardian contemporary with older styles. ‘The whole room has an Edwardian cook’s working kitchen flavour to it,’
“Unusual benchtop” — julieackerman
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sash windows, popularised in Georgian architecture, made a comeback in Edwardian homes. ‘It was all about the big spaces and getting natural light in,’
big patio doors that let in plenty of natural light became popular.Many Edwardian homes also featured multi-paned leaded windows.
sash windows, popularized in Georgian architecture, made a comeback in Edwardian homes. “It was all about the big spaces and getting natural light in,”
big patio doors that let in plenty of natural light are popular. Many Edwardian homes also feature multipaned leaded windows.Roots of Style: Georgian Homes
“wooden panel wall, light area window , flooring” — digitec
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floors and Persian rugsDark, polished wooden floors became widespread in Edwardian homes. ‘Homeowners would have left the floors bare,’ Michael Parinchy says
says. Today’s floorboards rarely compare to the ones installed during the Edwardian era. ‘They were of an amazing quality,’ Michael says. In order to soften
floors and Persian rugs. Dark, polished wooden floors are widespread in Edwardian homes. “Homeowners would have left the floors naked,” Parinchy says. Today’s
Today’s floorboards don’t compare with the ones installed during the Edwardian era. “They were of an amazing quality,” he says. To soften the look, luxurious
“Fireplace” — melhilley
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stylesRed bricks were a prevalent choice for exteriors in Edwardian architecture. However, Edwardian homes would also sometimes feature pebbledash or roughcast
from the Tudor period and make a home look older,’ says Michael Parinchy. Edwardian mock-Tudor styles were popular for larger country homes.
“Like the stature of this house.” — sarahlou_heywood
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