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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.
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
i hate it,horrible...i cant believe i use to like victorian
Victorian style is named for England's Queen
Victorian a plethora of floral designs that are feminine and lacy. The use of wallpaper (floral or formal), elaborate furniture carving, and rich trims and embellishments, with Oriental and Gothic touches mark the distinctive Victorian decor.
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
“flowery eng style” — reemshami
Arc Design Group
5 Reviews
Victorian Estate
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Victorian Estate
Victorian Style Home Exterior
Love Victorian homes.
like the victorian style
inspiration for victorian
To die for Victorian details
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“Dream home.” — gigilarsen
Traditional Exterior
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Queen Anne The Queen Anne style is considered the most recognizable of the Victorian-era homes. These
Victorian: You’re very social. You like homes that are ornate and stand
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. The roof and windows should bear some sort of character and variation. Circular towers make you swoon.See more on Victorian style
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
“House” — janedevere
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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!
This is a Victorian home because it has different, bright colors, intricate
A "new" Victorian with a painted lady paint job
love something victorian combined with rustic
separate library, den, music room and office appeals more than one large space, the layout of a Victorian home could be a great fit. Historic Victorians can be costly to repair and maintain.More about Victorian architecture
Victorian. Fancy gingerbread trim, towers and wraparound porches are hallmarks of this unmistakable style. Inside you will find lots of cozy, private rooms
“Second floor remodel” — Hannah Burke
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Victorian Splendor
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Victorian home my sister would like.
Great Victorian inside and outside. (See info for inside view)
great Victorian porch
Victorian style home...nice big porch
Victorian Style Home Exterior
QUEEN VICTORIAN STYLE
I love this Victorian Gem!!!!
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“Unique different shapes” — morganschwarz
Between Naps on the Porch
Between Naps on the Porch
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Is there a floor plan for this beauty? I'm trying to design a victorian house myself and am looking for layout ideas.
victorian home colors - small touch of red
Some examples of the Victorian style.
stately Victorian, one would most likely miss one of it's most whimsical features. Let's take a closer look...
This is definitely not a Queen Anne. More exuberant, articulated and eclectic, comparing this home to the previous provides a stark contrast between what comprises a Victorian and a Queen
“Glass” — Mariea Hayden
HartmanBaldwin Design/Build
6 Reviews
Sumner Residence
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Built in 1887 by Charles Burt Sumner, one of the founders of Pomona College, this Queen Anne-style Victorian home had fallen into neglect and disrepair. The College hired us to restore the home to its original grandeur in 1992. We even managed to uncover the original paint scheme and replicate the historic
Queen Anne style victorian home built by Charles Burt Summer.
Folk VictorianAs materials became even more affordable, working-class families were able to build and design their own homes. Victorian romanticism was combined with classic English cottage and American homestead style to create the Folk Victorian. These homes, usually found in more rural settings, blend
VictorianThe Victorian style was most popular from 1860 to 1890. Shown is an example of folk Victorian style. These homes usually occurred in more rural settings between 1870 to 1910, built as materials
“exterior” — Rosetta Cartagena
Todd Davis Architecture
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Traditional Exterior
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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!!!
love the Victorian, too small, great color
This hip update of a traditional Italianate Victorian in San Francisco's Mission district
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
They caught on in Britain in Victorian-style architecture and were adopted into American buildings in the late 1800s, where they proved popular on the West Coast. A bay window is probably
“Typical narrow Victorian style. Cute!” — kbattle64
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