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What in this room is Queen Anne style? This looks Victorian to me.
I could live in this room, it's so feminine, so Victorian pretty.
Victorian. Named for Queen Victoria (who else?), who reigned from 1837 to 1901, the Victorian style draws its influence from
carving and ornamentation. The Victorian period was the first furniture style to capitalize on mass production. Victorian can be rather confusing, but a
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Love the leather upholstered Victorian loveseat.
and natural wood tones in the living room. The love seat is a vintage Victorian frame from eBay that Thahong painted black and reupholstered with black
Every Victorian household must have had something similar to this settee, since there are
Studio Recreation gave a Victorian-style sofa an edgy look with black leather upholstery. It looks right at
black leather on a Victorian sofa
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Is that a Victorian sofa? What exactly is it called? I have one.
Yes you can call it a Victorian settee or parlour sofa
Victorian furniture usually had some floral touches and was stained
updated with color and pattern Victorian furniture. Lots of color.
These Victorian chairs go well with the colorful painting and
Victorian: Victorian furniture usually had some floral touches and was stained dark. They
a modern fun twist on old victorian
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Plain white canvas upholstery on Victorian furniture
cover Victorian furniture with plain white canvas
reimagined Victorian sofas (or settees, as those in the era would have called them) in modern interiors these days. covering ornate victorian furniture
The first time I saw this design strategy — covering ornate Victorian furniture with plain, white canvas upholstery — it blew my mind. It still does today
I love this victorian modern style very calming mix of pattern amazing
I Bought loves eat and two couches in victorian style similar to your
We have an old victorian style settee similar to the one shown and it needs an update. We also have two victorian style chairs that need to
to be updated as well. I am looking for material that blends with the victorian style but also with a more traditional/ transitional l style of our room
It's a Victorian settee that was refinished and reupholstered.
That piece looks great! It makes me wish I had kept my mother in law's old Victorian pieces
reimagined Victorian sofas (or settees, as those in the era would have called them) in modern
of the furniture pieces, it will turn out surprisingly well. Here, a Victorian-style settee and classic wing chair are paired with a clean, modern sofa
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London Fields House
Hot-Button Topic: Changing Original Details in a Victorian-Era House“These days modernizing a Victorian home is more about making it function well while
artEven if your home is full to the brim with period features, such as a Victorian fireplace, exposed floorboards and heritage paints, you can still add a
Use bold colourToday’s moody dark hues work brilliantly with Victorian features and are in keeping with that period’s love of dark shades. Here
Use bold color. Today’s moody dark hues work brilliantly with Victorian features and are in keeping with the love of dark shades during that period
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middle hue velvet on victorian sofa, cream on another. All white background.
happened in the Victorian era, so they were forced to mass produce homes to accommodate all of the workers,’ says Hugo Tugman. This is why Victorian properties
Britain’s cities today. See how to bring a Victorian home into the 21st century
Architecture at a GlanceWhat: Victorian architecture — buildings constructed
A brief historyThe Victorian era refers to the period in which Queen Victoria ruled Britain, from 1837-1901
built to accommodate workers moving to cities to work in factoriesThe Victorian era is the period in which Queen Victoria ruled Britain, from 1837 to 1901