237 romantic victorian Home Office Design Photos

Kathy Bloodworth Interior Design
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Kathy Bloodworth
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Romantic Roman of London Shade for traditional elegance.
Romantic Roman ShadeTravel back in time to the Victorian era with this stylized, relaxed Roman, also known as a London shade. It's a perfect complement to any boudoir. Style tip: For that extra-full appearance, choose a fabric that's heavier than traditional drapery fabric. A satin-sheen finish will
“Mia's bathroom.” — Clark Construction of Ridgefield, Inc.
Eclectic Home Office
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classy..... romantic!!! I think I'll copy this into my bedroom!
for a romantic effect. If that lush, romantic look is what you are after, aim to let your white sheers pool on the ground by at least 6 inches.
“parvekekalusteet” — Tuula Eskelinen
Eclectic Home Office
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clean and romantic
Romantic.... Creative
“curtain and rod” — texanwoods
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Patty creates unique, enjoyable, and livable interiors. Regardless of project budget, she is known for successfully working within all constraints to create the most beautiful spaces possible.
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Vanessa DeLeon
Vanessa DeLeon
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Romantic wallpaper
mod and romantic
“Chair- amazing” — Erica Russel
Colin Cadle Photography
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Elmbrae
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remodelled Victorian Villa in Sunny Torquay, South Devon Colin Cadle Photography, Photo Styling Jan Cadle
“Cushion” — kansasbaby
Melissa Blackwood, LLC
Modern Victorian
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The Victorian inspired home features a round turret designed to provide a play area and study space for the homeowners' two young children. Featuring leaded-glass windows and a soaring ceiling, this light-filled space offers panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. Photo courtesy of Primrose
“Art studio” — storer
Jodie Rosen Design
14 Reviews
Office/Library
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comfy. The Victorian study was a quiet, secure place where one could lock oneself away undisturbed. If you have similar requirements, then make it cozy with a comfy chair or sofa for catching up on paperwork or reading.
Victorian comfy
“desk option” — Michele Snyman
LiLu Interiors
7 Reviews
Perfectly Suited
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live in a Victorian flat or a similar space made up of many small, compartmentalized rooms, consider ways of opening up the space. If you own your home and are thinking of renovations, removing some dividing walls is usually an option. For a quicker fix, replace a few solid interior doors with glass doors
“Chambre ami/bureau” — Marjolaine Gravel
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