207 Victorian Glasshouses. Large Victorian Contemporary Home Design Photos

Chr DAUER Architects
1 Review
18th
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The third floor roof and lower kitchen decks are bordered by redwood railings with looped wire panels, made from fencing that typically bordered Victorian gardens. Photographer: Bruce Damonte
made of reproduction victorian woven wire fencing
Made of "reproduction victorian wire fencing"?
A large patio for upstairs, that doesn't take up all of the yard, and allows for an extension on first floor.
“balustrade” — aannemarcoux
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Caterpillar House
Ideabooks1,150
Questions1
just as it was when you had to carry every drop into your house by hand. We’ll need to grow as water thrifty as the Victorians were, with their average use of 20 liters a day. The Victorian cook was also a terrific recycler and wasted no scrap of food.
large overhang roof catches more water: cisterns a bit down hill.
Wasn't picturing doing them this large but it looks good
just as it was when you had to carry every drop into your house by hand. We’ll need to grow as water thrifty as the Victorians were, with their average use of 20 liters a day. The Victorian cook was also a terrific recycler and wasted no scrap of food.See how this modern home captures the rain
“water leed efficiency” — ssbcrna
Ben Herzog
9 Reviews
Park Slope Brownstone
Ideabooks5,323
Questions12
What to do with the drawing room? Here we can see how a traditional middle-class Victorian layout has been adapted for modern living. A long, thin entrance hall would have opened to the drawing room on the right, then a separate dining room
narrow spaces. Typically a stair hall at one side and living rooms to the other. Large openings between all the rooms allow natural light to permeate the interior.
Here we can see how a traditional middle-class Victorian layout has been adapted for modern living. A long, thin entrance hall would have
“Wall taken out would be alike to what we'd have” — gerritvooren
Lisa Petrole Photography
3 Reviews
Dovercourt Home
Ideabooks2,510
Questions5
Two pedestal sinks and a large mirror; frosted glass; white and floor tiles
Marble tiling up to the wall. Large mirror. Unique lighting
Large, single framed mirror with pendants hung as sconces.
large framed out mirror
Large mirror...Victorian bathroom...large mirror
“Bath in corner” — Elle Loa Stamsek
Favreau Design
Historic Estate
Ideabooks1,697
Questions6
to lighten things up a bit,” he says. Here, as in the rest of the house, modern pieces live unabashedly with antiques, much to the dismay of the Victorian woman in the painting over the fireplace. “I think she looks so mad,” says Favreau. “She’s looking at the light fixture and the Lucite tables, and
to lighten things up a bit,” he says. Here, as in the rest of the house, modern pieces live unabashedly with antiques, much to the dismay of the Victorian woman in the painting over the fireplace. “I think she looks so mad,” says Favreau. “She’s looking at the light fixture and the Lucite tables, and
a shake-up, but you’re quite not ready to redo the entire room? Keep everything up top and cover your floor with bright, bold-patterned carpet or a large area rug, instead. Even though the existing decor will remain the same, no-one will notice as all eyes will be on the colourful masterpiece underfoot
“Benjamin Moore Palladian Blue” — cscott8425
eco+historical homes
eco+historical Sanchez 1
Ideabooks456
Questions1
This 1889 Victorian underwent a gut rehabilitation in 2010-2012 to transform it from a dilapidated 2BR/1BA to a 5BR/4BA contemporary family home. A new 3rd floor was added to add a Master Suite and a child's bedroom and two roof decks and the basement was excavated to add a 2-car garage (with electric
Candelaria Large Chandelier by Robert Abbey
“floors” — jpaulsen22
Danny Broe Architect
3 Reviews
Victorian Workers Cottage Addition
Ideabooks1,893
Questions4
A Victorian Cottage in Sydney Opens Up
AFTER: The owner and architect demolished the back of the house. They relocated the bathroom to the middle of the house, making way for a large unified kitchen-dining-living area at the back. This created a more comfortable space with an open outlook to the garden.
“Big slide window” — Shawna Mallery
Lizette Marie Interior Design
2 Reviews
Willow Glen Residence
Ideabooks5,000
Questions6
The fainting couch variation. A chaise with a back and one arm, often sloping, is sometimes called a fainting couch. This style originated in the Victorian era, when ladies wearing restrictive corsets often found themselves in need of a place where they could sit and catch their breath. While the need
"We needed grand artwork for a grand room," explains Bruckstein. The large-scale art is by a local artist, William Curtis Rolf. "We have several of his photographs through out the home. This particular is face-mounted to acrylic which allows for 100-percent focus on the image."
“colors” — ridgely
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