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BBC Construction Inc.
BBC Construction, Inc.
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Restored Victorian homes are so pretty. This baby blue is sweet without being overly fussy - I love the color and all of the windows.
“Painted” — tanjsl
Green Line Architects
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Emma Farms - 1881 Victorian Restoration
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Emma Farms - 1881 Victorian Restoration
Adorable. Restored Victorian home
“Adorable. Restored Victorian home” — maryrief
Wedge Roofing
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Historic Roof Restoration
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Historic roof restoration of Queen Anne Victorian in Petaluma, Sonoma County by Wedge Roofing. Roof Restoration specialists in Healdsburg, Napa, Petaluma, Sonoma, San Francisco and Marin County photo credit: http://wedgeroofing.com
Historic Roof Restoration
restoring Victorian homes
Historic Roof Restoration
Anne Victorian
“roof” — Ayunda Kumalasari
Loudoun County Premier Home Builder
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The Green Room Interiors
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Historic Restoration
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Historic Restoration
historic restoration
victorian home
Elad Gonen
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living room
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What in this room is Queen Anne style? This looks Victorian to me.
Such a pretty Victorian room. For
Victorian. Named for Queen Victoria (who else?), who reigned from 1837 to 1901, the Victorian style draws its influence from Gothic forms with heavy proportions, dark finishes, elaborate carving and ornamentation. The Victorian period was the first furniture style
high-end homes in Mexico through the end of the 19th century.
Victorian. Named for Queen Victoria (who else?), who reigned from 1837 to 1901, the Victorian style draws its influence from Gothic forms with heavy proportions, dark finishes, elaborate carving and ornamentation. The Victorian period was
was the first furniture style to capitalize on mass production. Victorian can be rather confusing, but a lot of fun, since it included the Gothic-, Egyptian-, Greek-, rococo-, Renaissance- and Queen Anne–revival styles, as furniture makers systematically pillaged the past for their inspiration. Mahogany
“Shabby chic” — Melody Hughes
Traditional Exterior
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I have a 1876 Galveston beach home that is ready to be painted. Although it is victorian, it is not nearly this ornate. I would love to do it in like colors and would appreciate and help!
photo for a porch roof . However they are in very bad condition (rotted parts ) . I would prefer to buy new railings if possible and save on the restoration costs. One advantage, however, is that the old railings are the exact dimensions needed suggestions welcome
Victorian Country home - change the window trim/frames to white, change the color of the home to dark/gun metal grey. Taking an older home and making it modern
This is a Victorian home because it has different, bright colors, intricate
Absolutely love this home !! And the spacious look / wrap around porch ! Kinda old timey
“cover for downstairs windows?” — normalnut
Siemasko + Verbridge
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Victorian Splendor
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Originally designed by J. Merrill Brown in 1887, 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 its original 19th century elegance. The design satisfied historical requirements with its attention
Victorian home my sister would like.
Great Victorian inside and outside. (See info for inside view)
“Perfect” — alli_tatz
Traditional Exterior
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This home is for sale in San Francisco. http://www.christiesrealestate.com/eng/sales/detail/170-l-616-1305141650001663/2724-pacific-ave-san-francisco-ca-united-states-pacific-heights-san-francisco-ca-94115
Queen Anne The Queen Anne style is considered the most recognizable of the Victorian-era homes. These homes were
Love this house,, my dream home
Queen AnneThe 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 influenced by British architect Richard Norman Shaw. The style is often
the elaborate spindlework or fretwork for which the style is well recognized. Classical elements combine with all of the above elements in later Victorian-era examples.
“Victorian mansion.” — bdw317
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