2,716 corbel victorian Contemporary Home Design Photos

Braswell Architecture, Inc.
3 Reviews
Kelian Court
wood corbels
beam connector plates and corbels
“the lights” — angelinawiens
Design Transformations
8 Reviews
Urban Organic
Look of mantle with corbel. Would like more contrasting soon.
Stone corbels
“Vases” — nataliesfz
building Lab, inc.
7 Reviews
sf victorian goes modern
Layout of kitchen, small space like mine, Victorian gone modern--LIKE!
sf victorian goes modern
“I like the dark floors and white counters” — klarb007
Eco+Historical, Inc.
eco+historical Sanchez 1
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. The large kitchen includes a walk-in pantry, built-in breakfast nook and butcher block island counter. A fresh and modern all-white palette was chosen with
“bright, light, blue, wood” — h2ogurl
Chr DAUER Architects
1 Review
From the inside out, everything within the existing shell of this 1893 Victorian residence is fully renovated from a modern perspective. The design maximizes the flexibility and connection of the living spaces, and addresses structural updates. The rear garden façade receives a contemporary re-interpretation
light, warm wood, skylights. wondering if way to keep little tiny nod to Victorian exterior. Crystal chandelier in dining area, maybe?
“Bari” — Mari Janelidze
Kariouk Associates
Echo House
Echo House is a renovated old Victorian house with formerly dark interiors. The architects put the dark on the outside, moving from orange brick to a dark gray color. The cantilevered volume adds some square footage to the compact footprint.
Competing design priorities led to an ingenious solution in this upward extension. The interior of the original Victorian structure was heavily partitioned and dark. The client requested that the architect create a space that was loft-like in feel but retained much of
“OK” — fredandrews
Kass & Associates
Delancey Street Townhouse
This Victorian Townhouse, built around 1870, had been used for a number of years as an office space and had fallen into disrepair. A previous Owner also sold the rear yard to an adjacent property, leaving the house without usable outdoor space except for a narrow areaway. The new Owners wished to transform
Victorian townhouse turned into an office
“I love the catwalk” — oooooooooooooo
Eco+Historical, Inc.
eco+historical Sanchez 1
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. The new top story hall opens to the front roof garden and patio, with planters built from the original roof rafters rescued from the deconstruction. This
“Boxes for plants” — kysterc
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