416 restoring victorian home Home Design Photos

Green Line Architects
6 Reviews
Emma Farms - 1881 Victorian Restoration
Emma Farms - 1881 Victorian Restoration
Adorable. Restored Victorian home
“Adorable. Restored Victorian home” — maryrief
The Green Room Interiors
4 Reviews
Historic Restoration
Historic Restoration
historic restoration
victorian home
Nina Jizhar
3 Reviews
Living Room
Modern eclectic living room mixing restored vintage collections with modern pieces.
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 photo. The color is stripe grey and light blue but once I brought it home I am not sure what accessories to use to make it
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.
found it on craigslist, refinished and reupholstered using my fabric. You can see the transformation here: http://swankyswell.blogspot.com/2010/08/victorian-settee.html Nina
I am restoring a settee and throne type Vic chair. Any advice to hook up with customer interested and wanting to have control of the color or finish ?
“Love the Black and white furniture and rug.” — danitmarquardt
Todd Davis Architecture
3 Reviews
Traditional Exterior
HI. I have just purchased a Victorian home in Savannah, GA and LOVE this color for the outside of my new home. Could someone PLEASE tell me the color of this home? Thank You!!!
This hip update of a traditional Italianate Victorian in San Francisco's
This Victorian Home is sublime in all gray. Utilizing different shades perfectly, the details don't disappear but radiate a cool modernity that fits with the classical architecture.
This hip update of a traditional Italianate Victorian in San Francisco's Mission district is a great example of taking a completely original facade (aside, perhaps from the garage, which was most likely added at a later date) and making it feel contemporary and stylish. The historical detailing remains
“The house structure” — hema2106
Cummings Architects
11 Reviews
Grand Victorian
Looking at this home today, you would never know that the project began as a poorly maintained duplex. Luckily, the homeowners saw past the worn façade and engaged our team to uncover and update the Victorian gem that lay underneath. Taking special care to preserve the historical integrity of the 10
100-year-old floor plan, we returned the home back to its original glory as a grand, single family home. The project included many renovations, both small and large, including the addition of a a wraparound porch to bring the façade closer to the street, a gable with custom scrollwork to accent the new
interior walls were removed to open up the public spaces to accommodate the family’s lifestyle. You can read more about the transformation of this home in Old House Journal: http://www.cummingsarchitects.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/Old-House-Journal-Dec.-2009.pdf Photo Credit: Eric Roth
“Roof detail” — judioliver
Chr DAUER Architects
1 Review
oculus-skylight with spherical chrome pendant fixture diffuses natural light throughout the room, The original faux-grained built-ins and trim were restored to reinstate the dining room’s prominence. Photographer: Bruce Damonte
Persian carpet in a modern home.
oculus skylight with spherical chrome pendant fixture diffuses natural light throughout the room. The original faux-grained built-ins and trim were restored to reinstate the dining room’s prominence.
“light grey” — Kelly Taylor Interior Design
Oakley Home Builders
12 Reviews
Oakley Home Builders
your interest in this home. We aren't able to provide a PDF at this time. Thanks again.
Beautiful home! It looks like it might solve some of the ideas we have for a future home. If you could send a PDF , wonderful. If not please let us know another way. Thank you!
This home is in Hinsdale. You
You can see the rest of our designs and available homes on our website. Thanks! http://www.oakleyhomebuilders.com/current-developments.php
check ceiling pictures in this house. Oakley Home Builders
story deck and front of home
“front porch” — eileenmcgrath
Cummings Architects
11 Reviews
Lummus House
The historic restoration of this First Period Ipswich, Massachusetts home (c. 1686) was an eighteen-month project that combined exterior and interior architectural work to preserve and revitalize this beautiful home. Structurally, work included restoring the summer beam, straightening the timber frame
even able to uncover and restore much of the original fabric of the house (the chimney, fireplaces, paneling, trim, doors, hinges, etc.), which had been hidden for years under a renovation dating back to 1746. Winner, 2012 Mary P. Conley Award for historic home restoration and preservation You can
can read more about this restoration in the Boston Globe article by Regina Cole, “A First Period home gets a second life.” http://www.bostonglobe.com/magazine/2013/10/26/couple-rebuild-their-century-home-ipswich/r2yXE5yiKWYcamoFGmKVyL/story.html Photo Credit: Eric Roth
“bookcase wall” — pevans517
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