50,110 small victorian home Home Design Photos

Traditional Exterior
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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!
Victorian- THe victorian house can be defined by its wrap around porch
This is a Victorian home because it has different, bright colors, intricate trim and details, and a large wrap-around porch.
victorian b/c it has lots of colors
This is a Victorian home because it has different, bright colors, intricate trim and details, and a large wrap-around porch
victorian- bright colors wrap around house multiple storied-looks
Love the colors and Victorian style house!
modern homes seem to veer more toward neutrals, the homes during the second half of the 19th century embraced bright, multicolored exterior palettes. Different colors helped to highlight the incredible details on these homes. Multicolored palettes can still be found on beautifully detailed homes today
“dream” — Kaleena Kramer-Rossi
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
The small pop-out skirt roof detail
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 characterized by ornamentation and excess — steep rooflines and porches with decorative gables, circular towers, decorative windows
“The color” — mhaweery
Todd Davis Architecture
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37 Liberty
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love this whole house, modern take on Victorian, could be adapted to Halifax
The bedroom loft within my dream home.
full of Victorian-era architecture, it is more specific to label the Italianate examples as romantic-era designs, like this one. Defining characteristics are the bracketed cornice details and the segmental arched windows.Variations on window configurations are common throughout this style. Notice how the
“exterior color” — sallylyn
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Living Room
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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 more modern light look. Because I have
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.
- Victorian, modern - The furniture styles work well together because the color palette weaves through all of the furniture pieces.
Victorian - Victorian wood was usually stained dark. They used mahogany, oak and walnut to make their massive and elaborately carved furniture. Marble tops were added to many pieces.
“This is a good scheme for my living space” — Toni Jones
Cardea Building Co.
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Front Façade
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for my home? Is it sold in a strip? Is it individual swag or festoon that was affixed to the home by piece and then painted?
The small window between front door and bowed window, directly over the garage door...... is that custom made or is it available from a supplier?
Queen Anne Victorian house in Chicago
Victorian Queen Anne houses are found throughout the U.S., but no tour of this style is complete without a trip to San Francisco. The late-19th-century gold rush and plentiful nearby forests provided extraordinary opportunities to build in an exuberant fashion.This is another American style that has
“Exterior paint colors - black trim” — hevs
Becky Harris
Victorian Houses in Inman Park Atlanta
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Victorian Houses in Inman Park Atlanta
This home has the victorian wrap around porch, but it's not victorian because there are not as many elaborate carvings, so it's the end of the era.
This home is a queen anne home because of the round tower
Love the creepiness of home. Would love to decorate for Halloween!
This home is down the street from the one above - what a street, eh? It's in the Inman Park neighborhood, which is chock full of gothic revival, gingerbread, and Italian revival Victorian-era houses. The turrets were a popular feature
gorgeous Victorian home already screams Halloween, what with the turrets, wrap-around porch and architectural details, but the orange globes make a simple yet strong festive statement. I would definitely want to get a closer look.
“house model” — sacto
Sandy Foster
My Shabby Streamside Studio
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Kind of looks like the size of a 8x20 and also came up in "container home" search results. Thanks.
house" home. Even the kit price is out of my price range right now but I am saving money and hope to buy as soon as I can. Then I will need to figure out how to buy a small and affordable piece of land to build it on. Being "poor" means I will need to be patient.
The cost of a tiny home is equivalent
“jai hang suite” — stoneman5000
Mary Prince
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Gibson House Dresses up for Christmas
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of your home? It must be beautiful!
If the staircase basically goes straight up, maybe a small turn at the top like this one, then we could create the space we want
i just love Victorian homes; those stairs and wallpaper are gorgeous!!
Bay row homes was on the side. But here visitors step into a grand and lavishly decorated space. The dark furniture, black walnut woodwork and dim lights were designed to impress and intimidate visitors.
“Love the stair style” — moomin39
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