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Warmington & North
My kind of style! http://www.warmingtonandnorth.com Also, a study should be good for TWO! Whrere can i find victorian chairs like these. I especially love the print
It reminds me of the Victorian exterior of some architecture, which I absolutely love and admire.
Love the colors. Painted Victorian chairs.
curtains work for dining in kitchen
have a completely different feeling. Pulling them out makes the room seem more welcoming, and makes it more obvious that this is a workspace and not a dining table. More: Tray Chic: Turn an Everyday Item Into Decor Browse more home design photos
nice french doors for the entrance. like the shelving for either side of entry to dining room. also check out the cornice on top of shelves as well as baseboard.
Doors for dining room with wall unit
and the fitted bookshelves provide space for arranging much-loved collections. The mismatched furniture hints at a more feminine boudoir where a Victorian lady would have done her paperwork.
Studio William Hefner
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Dining tables can also serve other purposes if we think slightly outside the box. This small, round dining table in a study
Round dining table in library area for writing/studying/games
Combine small dining area with library
Dining tables can also serve other purposes if we think slightly outside the box. This small, round dining table in a study is great for games, homework and crafts, as well as eating and drinking. What an
homework or work quietly. If so, you don't need to stick with the traditional rectangular desk — opt for a round antique library table. Here, the large Victorian windows, fitted bookshelves and lovely table give a very traditional feel, but the light, bright colors add a modern edge.
Melissa Blackwood, LLC
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
Modern Victorian - use of a turret.
Wendt Design Group
Modern Residential Project
These are very unusual window treatments. What can you tell me about them? I'm living in a victorian and can't bear to cover up the wood work or the light and views let in by the large windows. Looks like a nice compromise.
Curious about these unusual window treatments. Might be interesting in my Victorian home, where I like a mix of old and new.
Kerri Robusto Interiors
But when it comes to practicalities, we can be very thankful for the Victorians. They’re the ones who came up with coiled-spring technology in the 1830s. Think of what our tired derrieres owe to this innovative idea! Here, a
But when it comes to practicalities, we can be very thankful for the Victorians. They’re the ones who came up with coiled-spring technology in the 1830s. Think of what our tired derrieres owe to this innovative idea! Here, a painted Eastlake sofa provides the comfort of coiled springs and works well
MANDARINA STUDIO interior design
Dining room converted to office/study; kept chair rail
Home Office/Dining White table black lighting and white console
Combining dining room table with office
Transform dining area to home office
"Let's get warmed up to the idea of repurposing the dining room by removing the table setting and all but one chair. Now you have the home office you've been wanting. Use a couple of drawers in the adjacent buffet for file storage. Return chairs to table when
Let's get warmed up to the idea of repurposing the dining room by removing the table setting and all but one chair. Now you have the home office you've been wanting. Use a couple of drawers in the adjacent buffet for file storage. Return chairs to table when company arrives. Easy. Done.
Kathy Bloodworth Interior Design
Fabric, in a curtain shape, for dining room
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