523 restoring victorian home Home Design Photos

Arc Design Group
7 Reviews
Victorian Estate
Victorian Style Home Exterior
Victorian Estate...fabulous victorian...Huge Victorian House...dream home!!...Wow. What a victorian...Victorian Style...Love this home design
“Mels mood today” — Melanie Friscone
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Victorian Splendor
this Queen Anne style home sits proudly in Cambridge's Avon Hill Historic District. Past was blended with present in the restoration of this property to
Queen Victorian-This house has a gabled and steep hipped roof. This house is 2 to 3 stories.
victorian home, hip gabled roof, variety
Victorian home my sister would like.
“Classy” — creativemsking
Traditional Exterior
This home is for sale in San Francisco. ...
This home has a turret and its a 3 story home.
This house is a Queen VIctorian house because it has a turret. It also
Queen Anne style is considered the most recognizable of the Victorian-era homes. These homes were popular from the 1870s through the 1900s and were greatly
Queen Anne style is considered the most recognizable of the Victorian-era homes. These homes were popular from the 1870s through the 1900s and were greatly
of the above elements in later Victorian-era examples.
Your house is …Victorian: You’re very social. You like homes that are ornate and stand tall
of character and variation. Circular towers make you swoon.See more on Victorian style
“Wedding cake” — MassachusettsBayCo
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
Main Street Landscape is your choice for landscape contractors in Northern Virginia. Offering full-service landscape architecture design and installation.
Jay Greene Photography
5 Reviews
can you please tell me what type of home this is? French?
used to. You could easily spend over a million dollars reproducing a Victorian home plus the cost of the land, etc. The craftsmen that work with plaster
This is Second Empire Victorian but not in a pure sense. There is some Gothic Revival in the steeply pitched dormers with decorative vergeboard, and bracketed
If you need a project, I would recommend buying a real one and restoring it. You might have heard the expression they don't make them like they
with The Old House Journal Compendium by Clem Labine to get a sense of the homes and their systems, etc. it might help prevent some mistakes.
Charming Victorian Dressed up for the Holidays!
Early century brick Victorian style home with arched top windows
“Pretty house” — creativemsking
Craig O'Connell Architecture
13 Reviews
Victorian Facade Restoration
Facade improvement to replace 1950s stucco with traditional Victorian exterior, paint and details. Created new large ‘open plan’ out of two existing front
offset the white mouldings on the Victorian facade
Black window frames offset the white moldings on a classic Victorian facade
AFTER: The new exterior isn’t a by-the-book restoration; rather, it’s a modern interpretation of history. “I studied books, and the clients and I went
liked on houses of that era,” says O’Connell. “Because there was nothing to restore — everything has been stripped away — we decided to do something more c
“The design on the side” — luluthia
John Malick & Associates
5 Reviews
Victorian Pool House, Atherton, California
Victorian Pool House Architect: John Malick & Associates Photograph by Jeannie O'Connor
Emery vile Ca beach house/ Victorian pool house guest house
Exterior victorian trim and gable details
Victorian Pool House, Atherton, California
Victorian roof peak trim...Victorian filigree...Pool house. Victorian...Without Victorian trim
“Look at all those different roof lines” — MassachusettsBayCo
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
New Orleans Estate
do you know where I could get the blue prints for this home? its beautiful.
Italianate Italianate Victorian homes were considered a blend of formal and classical styles, and were often
square tower or cupola.Browse more photos of Victorian styleMore Victorian Homes:A Light and Bright VictorianThe Green Gambrel HouseMission District Row
choose a home like this. I mean, there must be a lot of ways for a mind reader to make lots of money, right?
Orleans, the first kind of house that may come to mind may be an Italianate Victorian like this one. Because of all of the ornate detailing, houses like this
styles, and were often inspired by country villas from the Old World. These homes were built in rectangular sections to imitate the look of Italian-style villas
“New orleans” — mariajito
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Cedar Bluff
Shape of the Big Dream home exterior (library and dining rm)
wood victorian...Beautiful home!...Victorian architecture...Nice wood. Victorian esque...Rustic Victorian
“Adding on top floor” — lisalu123
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