1,026,493 victorian home Home Design Photos

Jennifer Hulse Design
Entrance Hall
the rest of your beautiful hallway. Also, paint the interior doors a solid color. It's safe to stick with white, as I haven't seen the rest of your home. Next, carpet. Check under the carpet. If your floors are pine, I'd re-carpet the hall floor, as this wood is soft and will scratch easily. If they're
black as well, and the balusters white. Finally, the walls. Go with a lighter shade of the carpet color. Take into account the other colors in your home. An easy way to pull a palette together is to choose three to four colors and use at least one in each room. It could be art, and accessory, or something
Victorian homes, especially the grander ones, often used dark wood paneling. Dark wood doesn't work that well with more contemporary designs, but wood can look fabulous painted white and paired with a bolder color on the walls. Here, the painted paneling used with the white and wood stairs adds width
“Entrance” — bora_shop
Mueller Nicholls Cabinets and Construction
4 Reviews
Arts Crafts Kitchen
completed the Victorian kitchen. Instead of being a place to eat, it sat in the center of the room as the main work area. It isn't too surprising that work islands are so popular today — the ease of working in the center of a room and retrieving items stored around the edges comes from Victorian homes. Choose
And if black and white is too bold a statement for you, try a small swath of tonal hues, like this mix of greens. Next: Browse more home design photos More floor ideas: Painted Wood Floors Tile Rugs: Decorative Features for Your Floor
“Kitchen” — queenierichard
Insignia Kitchen and Bath Design Studio
8 Reviews
Not your aunt's country kitchen
Lighting. Victorian kitchens and modern kitchens both prioritize good lighting, although lighting may have been more important in Victorian homes, since most kitchens sat in the basement. The task lighting would have been simple and practical and located over the central worktable. The lights here
“butcher block top island” — christylevitt
Adamo Family
“I love modern homes and have always been drawn to Scandinavian and midcentury design, but we bought a Victorian home,” says Courtney. “We wanted to honor the type of home it is and didn’t want to change too much about it.” The couple tried to keep as many of the original period features of the house
‘I love modern homes and have always been drawn to Scandinavian and midcentury design, but we bought a Victorian home,’ says Courtney. ‘We wanted to honour the type of home it is and didn’t want to change too much about it.’ The couple tried to
“stained glass” — margielynnj
Hanson General Contracting, Inc.
11 Reviews
West Philadelphia Kitchen
Is this home stacked plank construction?
I am only curiouser because my home is and the exposed bit of old exterior wall up at the joists looks just as my ceiling does. It's rare, so if it is what is the age of the home? Thanks
The home is actually a "standard" Philadelphia rowhome constructed around 1900. The section of exposed wall is the original brick construction.
beautiful backyard view and a little extra space for a dining table and chairs. This Victorian home is on a historic block, so exterior changes had to be minimal. But the new bay window perfectly complements the home's original bay window on the second story.
The bay window opens the kitchen to the back patio, and floods the space with natural light. Because the home is on a historical block, the exterior changes — including this window — had to be approved by the Philadelphia Historical Commission. This patio is fenced in and shaded by trees for ultimate
“Lots of light, might be good option for dining room if we don't do the patio straight away.” — louisarichey
Michael Robert Construction
12 Reviews
Classic Coastal Colonial Foyer
Thibaut. A navy and white geometric patterned stair-runner, held in place with stair rods capped with pineapple finials, further contributes to the home's coastal feel. Photo by Mike Mroz of Michael Robert Construction
This foyer is beautiful but can you also tell me the color on the wall of the room in the distances. We are building a new home and I am busy looking at colors. Thank You
This door was original to the home from the 1930's.
geometric-patterned stair runner, held in place by stair rods capped with pineapple finials, is the perfect addition to this coastal home.
Chances are, your Victorian home has wooden stairs in the front hall. Stair runners and rods remain a traditional yet attractive way to treat them. However, if your
“stair runner” — dymondqt408
Whitten Architects
8 Reviews
LOVE your designs! Seriously considering a combo of Grand View and Hills Beach for (private) island off grid year round home!
While all the doors in my home will be painted white, there's something inherently beautiful about natural wood. Here, the horizontal panels show off the grain.
Salvaged doors can easily be hung as pocket doors. They were common in Victorian homes.
“Love the pocket door and shower” — kbouvin
Scott Edwards Architecture
McCloud Residence
A restoration and addition to a 1905 Queen Anne/Victorian single family residence on the National Register of Historic Places in northwest Portland. Work included a complete reconstruction of the front porch, repair/replacement of exterior siding and trim, seismic upgrade, complete interior finish
restoration, foundation replacement and raising of entire home by a foot, new detached garage with vehicle lift for 2 cars and a new kitchen and rear stair addition.
craftsman door on victorian home. notice cedar shakes continue where shingles come across to connect gable.
“Outdoor colors” — brendarosenstrauch
I need ideas on painting the exterior of my folk Victorian home!
My roof has a rusty red color. I'm considering painting it a cream color and matching the trim with a rusty red red trim and maybe black for the smaller...
Help me choose new colours for my front porch and door - Victorian home
Okay, I'm about to start on a process that is sure to make me crazy along the way, selecting colours for my front porch and door. I will be using Benjamin...
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