323,586 victorian dining Home Design Photos

Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Cedar Bluff
Ideabooks2,131
Questions0
interesting exterior cover; could do something like this porch; key Victorian features are round, "turret" areas.
Great Victorian home I would do it with rock and wood.
love the all shingle and shake at various stages of aging! Victorian
Love shingle style Victorians!
victorian style home
“Love shingle style Victorians!” — zsuzsikam
Stuart Cohen & Julie Hacker Architects LLC
6 Reviews
Victorian Remodel
Ideabooks4,176
Questions7
A pair of Herbeau 3003 Royale bathroom faucets in Polished Nickel add vintage charm to this beautifully remodeled Victorian bathroom by Cohen-Hacker Architect.
victorian tile floor
Victorian Remodel...Victorian bath...victorian lights
“Floor” — stephaherrera
John Malick & Associates
5 Reviews
Victorian Pool House, Atherton, California
Ideabooks1,853
Questions2
Victorian Pool House Architect: John Malick & Associates Photograph by Jeannie O'Connor
Victorian Pool House Victorian Pool House Architect: John Malick & Associates
Victorian Pool House, Atherton, California
Victorian decor...Victorian kitchen
“cabinets” — scangram55
Sandy Foster
My Shabby Streamside Studio
Ideabooks13,540
Questions9
Victorian style its a little small but it can be built larger
Victorian exterior design.
Nice Victorian Cottage
Sandra Foster has magically transformed an old hunting cabin on her property into a dreamy Victorian retreat.
Victorian cottage
“My Bayou house” — soohoolm
Colin Cadle Photography
2 Reviews
Elmbrae
Ideabooks1,110
Questions5
An elegant bathroom complete with period style roll-top bath in this super cool and stylishly remodelled Victorian Villa in Sunny Torquay, South Devon Colin Cadle Photography, Photo Styling Jan Cadle
floor boards of a Victorian House in Torquay, England. They have been sanded and varnished with clear matt varnish. Probably original wood was Pitch Pine.
Sorry but there are no average dimensions, they are all unique, this one is a restored antique that was found in this Victorian House.
Tubs. Tubs have taken a few design twists and turns in past decades. Starting out as freestanding fixtures in Victorian times, they have circled back to that concept; freestanding tubs are again popular today in updated versions. Other iterations over the years have
“Modern vic” — Farah Sheris
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Meadow Planting
Ideabooks4,156
Questions0
This Victorian is complemented by a variety of drought-tolerant grasses including blue fescue (Festuca glauca) and feather reed grass (Calamagrostis 'Karl Foerster')
his Victorian is complemented by a variety of drought-tolerant
This Victorian is complemented by a variety of drought-tolerant grasses including blue fescue (Festuca glauca) and feather reed grass (Calamagrostis 'Karl Foerster')
“great backyard” — Bobo Kissa
Four Brothers LLC
48 Reviews
Small Powder Bath
Ideabooks23,794
Questions29
basin and toilet are white as well. My shutter is fake as I do not have a window in the powder room - nothing has been painted yet. I am using a Victorian celing rose from which will hang a silver and crystal chandelier and a wall chandelier will be attached to the wall. Can someone please suggest a
celing and white shutter. I also thought of wall papering the walls but dont want to be overwhelmed by this. I want to keep the powder room looking Victorian. Any suggestions?
a colour called Mandarin Tusk. She also suggested that I paint the shutter a French green. I will leave the ceiling white and I have purchased a Victorian ceiling rose from where I will hang a silver and crystal chandelier. I am not sure about the green shutter tho as I was thinking of wall papering
“tile to tile, no baseboard” — celenehales
Dwell Design Studio
Vickery Residence
Ideabooks10,404
Questions12
to eliminate it. Do they make vinyl decorative pieces as an alternative? I was thinking of siding it all, but as I said, really need to keep the victorian beauty.
Victorian. Some features of Victorian houses include a bay window, dentils (moulding around the soffit underneath the roof), large square or round columns, portico (a porch on the main floor), and intricate window mullions. Updates: This house is a streamlined version of the Victorian house with more
“Houses” — zahrapace
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