1,850 Victorian Bronze Bedroom Design Photos

Wright Design
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Rustic Lakehouse
Ideabooks7,202
Questions6
revival styles popular during the Victorian era. although Eastlake furniture is technically considered Victorian (having been popular between 1870 and 1890), it was a radical departure from the norm. Eastlake furniture is more geometric than other fussy and fancy Victorian styles, and incorporates modest
and Renaissance revival styles popular during the Victorian era.
Eastlake. The Eastlake style was named after Charles Eastlake. His designs were a reaction to the over-the-top rococo revival and Renaissance revival styles popular during the Victorian era. I wanted to make it a separate category here
here, because although Eastlake furniture is technically considered Victorian (having been popular between 1870 and 1890), it was a radical departure from the norm, and there is still a lot of it available today in antiques stores at fairly reasonable prices. (And to be honest, I have a soft spot in
“Horizontal wainscoting, paint” — jenzuro
Woodson & Rummerfield's House of Design
4 Reviews
Greystone Mansion
Ideabooks14,041
Questions12
Thank you for your questions! The paint color is Victorian Rouge by Dunn-Edwards.
Thank you for your questions, patches49! The paint color is Victorian Rouge by Dunn-Edwards.
Dunn Edwards paint Victorian rouge and frosting cream
Victorian Rouge by Dunn Edwards is the pink paint on the walls.
Love the peacock mural! Just a beautiful Victorian room.
“Wonderful mural” — pepperdash
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Hill Country Residence
Ideabooks71,041
Questions27
cladding and bronze vinyl windows
“Wood wall” — John Riccardi
Zuniga Interiors
1 Review
Zuniga Interiors
Ideabooks11,308
Questions5
Love love this chair and ottoman and pillow - very light and rich and peaceful (victorian)
Painted pieces should feel distressed, as if they've withstood years of wear and use. Bypass shiny metals in favor of wrought iron, burnished bronze or pewter, preferably with a few dings and scuffs. You can even get away with a slightly frayed coverlet”
dust. Painted pieces should feel distressed, as if they've withstood years of wear and use. Bypass shiny metals in favor of wrought iron, burnished bronze or pewter, preferably with a few dings and scuffs. You can even get away with a slightly frayed coverlet or a threadbare spot on a pillow.New-world
“Chair” — chrissylou40
All Por Ju
12 Reviews
Contemporary Rustic Glam
Ideabooks610
Questions3
I love this pendant, but RH's was a bit pricey. Found this one that was much more affordable: http://lightingconnection.com/products/adams-victorian-pendant
Hi Mallory ... It's from Restoration Hardware. The Victorian Hotel Pendant in polished nickel. http://www.restorationhardware.com/catalog/product/product.jsp?productId=prod1619196&categoryId=cat1701013
“Wall color” — aabreeding
Michael Robert Construction
12 Reviews
Classic Coastal Renovation
Ideabooks2,919
Questions6
Sorry for the delay in response! This is RH's Victorian Hotel Pendant, the small version (17")
Victorian Hotel Pendant Polished
victorian light
“Bedroom” — mjfarr
Colin Cadle Photography
2 Reviews
Elmbrae
Ideabooks34
Questions2
An charming guest bedroom with en-suite bathroom in this super cool and stylishly remodelled Victorian Villa in Sunny Torquay, South Devon Colin Cadle Photography, Photo Styling Jan Cadle
Original Victorian floorboards! Wood.
Victorian bedroom
“like the paint color” — khflan
Woodson & Rummerfield's House of Design
4 Reviews
Greystone Mansion
Ideabooks4,097
Questions9
Thank you for your questions, ashynmoon18! The paint color is Victorian Rouge by Dunn-Edwards.
“Color/ Victorian Rouge by Dunn Edwards
Victorian rouge Dunn edwards
Peacock Victorian
“lindo” — Ana Paula Elliott
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