8,396 exterior victorian Eclectic Home Design Photos

Becky Harris
Oak Bluffs
Ideabooks185
Questions0
Exterior victorian
“Different spindles like the cut out better than spindles” — phyllisdolan1
Becky Harris
Oak Bluffs
Ideabooks377
Questions0
This is a Victorian because of the large porch and the gingerbread finishing in the wood.
This is an example of a victorian style house
Beautiful Victorian!
Victorian facade...Close up Victorian...Gothic victorian
“A lot of fuss but nice for my style home” — phyllisdolan1
Darci Goodman Design
2 Reviews
Colorful Ranch
Ideabooks9,742
Questions6
Master - This classic Victorian settee, reupholstered in a bold modern stripe, is a great example of how the past and present can blend together to create something fresh.
This classic Victorian settee, reupholstered in a bold modern stripe, is a great example
Fabric and treatment of a Victorian classic settee
maybe not this particular upholstery, but I love the idea of reupholstering a traditional Victorian settee
Victorian stripes. This oval-back Victorian settee has thrown off any illusion of stuffy parlor games. The unexpectedly vibrant stripes bring it right into the 21st century
Multicolor. If you've inherited or purchased a traditional upholstered piece, consider having it recovered in a fun multicolored fabric. This Victorian settee looks fab and fresh with its striped fabric (and check out the mismatched pillows).
“Paneling” — parentk
Shannon Malone
Kitchen Overview
Ideabooks1,210
Questions3
juxtaposition of romantic victorian chandelier and ultra cool modern chairs
Beautiful mix of contemporary design in a victorian setting
Great half wall in Victorian character house
i have same chairs in red in my victorian kitchen!
alterations, except in the kitchen. The center room divider was originally a solid wall separating the dining room and kitchen, a traditional setup in Victorian architecture. But for Lock, it was important to turn this part of the home into a modern social area by joining the two rooms.Providing simplicity
“Classic wood table with sleek modern chairs” — candice mazzei
Woodson & Rummerfield's House of Design
4 Reviews
Greystone Mansion
Ideabooks13,834
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.
Victorian Rouge by Dunn Edwards is the pink paint on the walls.
Love the peacock mural! Just a beautiful Victorian room.
Paint color Victorian rouge By Dunn-Edwards
Pink and victorian
“bed” — kentessa1
Debbie Dusenberry, aka CuriousSofa.com
curioussofa
Ideabooks23,774
Questions18
This is just an old table found at a garage sale. The metal trim was a salvaged piece of metal known as Victorian flashing, used around the top of a house to keep the birds away. It was just long enough to nail around 3/4 of the table. Hunt your local antique
I bought the table as-is at a garage sale and added the metal trim later. It is antique flashing used on Victorian houses which I found at a flea market somewhere.
Homegoods for brackets and vintage victorian flashing on ebay??
What do you get when you combine an old wood table and a piece of Victorian flashing? A one-of-a-kind island. Any kind of old finish should be sealed for safety around food and easy cleaning.
old wood table and a piece of Victorian flashing? Any kind of old finish should be sealed for safety around food and easy cleaning.mirror over sink b/c no window.
“island trim” — wend
Gaila Design
5 Reviews
Gaila Designs
Ideabooks1,958
Questions4
Victorian style
very elaborate Victorian decor
victorian window
“Just plain beautiful” — gjneuman
ORBIS design
Bourke Terrace
Ideabooks292
Questions0
perfect exterior design , can make 2nd floor like 1st floor
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 dwellers and the country’s booming
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
“balconies” — mamadog3
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