15,031 restoring victorian home Home Design Photos

Terrat Elms Interior Design
5 Reviews
Cambridge Victorian
Ideabooks6,328
Questions5
of your home, when you have a baby, the baby’s stuff will end up in every room in your home. It’s the law. Don’t fight it; be smart about it: Reserve at least one shelf, cabinet or drawer in every piece of furniture in your home (save, perhaps, your own dresser) for baby stuff. By purposely tucking in
“Mueble divisir” — tvinacur
Northern Virginia Full Service Kitchen and Bath Remodeler
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Oakley Home Builders
11 Reviews
Oakley Home Builders
Ideabooks18,377
Questions19
look at restoration hardware, silver sage
Oakley Home Builders
during the Victorian Era.
akley Home Builders
“kitchen window cooktop area” — chezsusanj
Morrison Homes
8 Reviews
The Sierra Showhome (Calgary, Alberta)
Ideabooks34,290
Questions62
When you buy a Morrison Home our finishers make this mantles for each specific job.
Morrison Homes answers the direct question and says the tile is: Roccia Series Tile 12" x 24" Wood Grain ROWG1224
The rug is from Home Sense
The rug is from Home Sense.
Restoration Hardware - not cheap, but really beautiful!
were from Home Outfitters. Floor lamps.
“Calm” — sowsowgirl
Debbie Dusenberry, aka CuriousSofa.com
curioussofa
Ideabooks21,241
Questions18
known as Victorian flashing, used around the top of a house to keep the birds away. It was just long enough to nail around 3/4 of the table. Hunt your local antique shops or perhaps Ebay for one.
used on Victorian houses which I found at a flea market somewhere.
intricate Victorian brackets and plumbing fixtures.
salvaged "Victorian Roof Flashing", which latter I did not find on line. I did find tin ceiling tile place called americantinceilings.com
“Rustic vintage” — Brittany Diaz
Traditional Living Room
Ideabooks1,287
Questions6
right at home in a classic home in Portland, Oregon, built at the end of the Victorian era; palms became popular in that period and were a key element of Victorian parlor style.
right at home in a classic home in Portland, Oregon, built at the end of the Victorian era; palms became popular in that period and were a key element of Victorian parlor style.
“Tree” — buerglec
AMI Designs
5 Reviews
North Shore Kitchen
Ideabooks35,732
Questions25
table at restoration hardware plus two adele leather chairs in distressed whiskey and a bench handmade...I also have a chandelier with tinted cystals in tiki (light brown crystals)...what would go well on top of table as decoration ???
I believe the complete set is from Restoration Hardware.
Just saw ur sz- I need the width of 42". Did u put a finish on or leave? Any recommendations of cleaning? Also - I'm wondering what to put on it for a decorative piece? Guess that's where home goods comes in- I will
Click on "more info" and you'll see the wonderful green Houzz tags on the table and chairs (move your mouse over them). Those tags will tell you that they're from Restoration Hardware. I bet they've got more info on their website.
“Table” — vickbennett
Schrader & Companies
11 Reviews
Medina Luxury Home
Ideabooks1,881
Questions3
modern-day homes, such as this 7,500-square-foot beauty in Medina. The home's entrance is fit for a king and queen. A dramatic two-story foyer opens up to 10-foot ceilings, graced by a curved staircase, a sun-filled living room that takes advantage of the views of the three-acre property, and a music
of this home is the kitchen, with a wall of windows overlooking a private pond, a cathedral vaulted ceiling, and a unique Romeo-and-Juliet balcony, a trademark feature of the builder. Story courtesy or Midwest Home Magazine-August 2012 Written by Christina Sarinske Photographs courtesy of Scott Jacobson
The home features four bedrooms and five baths, including a stunning master suite with and expansive walk-in master shower-complete with exterior and interior windows and a rain showerhead suspended from the ceiling. Other luxury amenities include main- and upper level laundries, four garage stalls
“flat windows...?? almost lean over and hit window/break fall out?” — sem842
Chr DAUER Architects
1 Review
26th
Ideabooks180
Questions0
Italianate Victorian Noe Valley home is restored, transformed and doubled in area, within its original footprint. A complete re-engineering of the 1st story (allowing 3 new bedrooms and a bath), the connection of 2nd floor public spaces, and the introduction of a new internal stair, maximize the potential
“Table and chairs” — gemzylou
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