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Victorian Residence
Victorian Residence
Kass & AssociatesKass & Associates
Halkin Mason Photography
Large ornate marble floor kitchen/dining room combo photo in Philadelphia with white walls and no fireplace
Urbane shingle style Residence
Urbane shingle style Residence
Polsky Perlstein ArchitectsPolsky Perlstein Architects
Mark Schwartz Photography
Staircase - victorian wooden u-shaped staircase idea in San Francisco
Kitchen Design Ideas
Kitchen Design Ideas
Allen Kitchen & BathAllen Kitchen & Bath
Architect: Thompson Naylor | Interiors: Jessica Risko Smith | Photo by: Jim Bartsch | Built by Allen
Small ornate galley light wood floor and beige floor eat-in kitchen photo in Santa Barbara with a farmhouse sink, recessed-panel cabinets, white cabinets, quartz countertops, black backsplash, stainless steel appliances and no island
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Windrift at River Islands
Windrift at River Islands
Brookfield Residential Northern CaliforniaBrookfield Residential Northern California
Douglas Johnson Photography
Inspiration for a victorian carpeted l-shaped staircase remodel in San Francisco with carpeted risers
What Makes a House a Home
What Makes a House a Home
Emmanuel Design Group, LLCEmmanuel Design Group, LLC
Example of a large ornate l-shaped kitchen design in Dallas with a farmhouse sink, glass-front cabinets, dark wood cabinets, granite countertops, beige backsplash, stone tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances and an island
45Teel Kitchen
45Teel Kitchen
Aurora Architects + BuildersAurora Architects + Builders
Our first steampunk kitchen, this vibrant and meticulously detailed space channels Victorian style with future-forward technology. It features Vermont soapstone counters with integral farmhouse sink, arabesque tile with tin ceiling backsplash accents, pulley pendant light, induction range, coffee bar, baking center, and custom cabinetry throughout.
DC Row-house
DC Row-house
Cardinal Construction & ManagementCardinal Construction & Management
Ornate dark wood floor and brown floor powder room photo in DC Metro with a two-piece toilet, multicolored walls and a pedestal sink
Victorian
Victorian
Dunn-Edwards PaintsDunn-Edwards Paints
Dunn-Edwards Paints paint colors - Walls & Ceiling: Golden Retriever DE5318 Cabinets: Eat Your Peas DET528, Greener Pastures DET529, Stanford Green DET531 Jeremy Samuelson Photography | www.jeremysamuelson.com
Artist's Victorian - Alameda, CA
Artist's Victorian - Alameda, CA
Saikley ArchitectsSaikley Architects
This beautiful 1881 Alameda Victorian cottage, wonderfully embodying the Transitional Gothic-Eastlake era, had most of its original features intact. Our clients, one of whom is a painter, wanted to preserve the beauty of the historic home while modernizing its flow and function. From several small rooms, we created a bright, open artist’s studio. We dug out the basement for a large workshop, extending a new run of stair in keeping with the existing original staircase. While keeping the bones of the house intact, we combined small spaces into large rooms, closed off doorways that were in awkward places, removed unused chimneys, changed the circulation through the house for ease and good sightlines, and made new high doorways that work gracefully with the eleven foot high ceilings. We removed inconsistent picture railings to give wall space for the clients’ art collection and to enhance the height of the rooms. From a poorly laid out kitchen and adjunct utility rooms, we made a large kitchen and family room with nine-foot-high glass doors to a new large deck. A tall wood screen at one end of the deck, fire pit, and seating give the sense of an outdoor room, overlooking the owners’ intensively planted garden. A previous mismatched addition at the side of the house was removed and a cozy outdoor living space made where morning light is received. The original house was segmented into small spaces; the new open design lends itself to the clients’ lifestyle of entertaining groups of people, working from home, and enjoying indoor-outdoor living. Photography by Kurt Manley. https://saikleyarchitects.com/portfolio/artists-victorian/
Victorian Carriage House
Victorian Carriage House
Jacob Lilley ArchitectsJacob Lilley Architects
Jacob Lilley Architects Location: Concord, MA, USA The renovation to this classic Victorian House included and an expansion of the current kitchen, family room and breakfast area. These changes allowed us to improve the existing rear elevation and create a new backyard patio. A new, detached two-car carriage house was designed to compliment the main house and provide some much needed storage.
OCEANFRONT COTTAGE
OCEANFRONT COTTAGE
MarvinMarvin
Architect: Russ Tyson, Whitten Architects Photography By: Trent Bell Photography “Excellent expression of shingle style as found in southern Maine. Exciting without being at all overwrought or bombastic.” This shingle-style cottage in a small coastal village provides its owners a cherished spot on Maine’s rocky coastline. This home adapts to its immediate surroundings and responds to views, while keeping solar orientation in mind. Sited one block east of a home the owners had summered in for years, the new house conveys a commanding 180-degree view of the ocean and surrounding natural beauty, while providing the sense that the home had always been there. Marvin Ultimate Double Hung Windows stayed in line with the traditional character of the home, while also complementing the custom French doors in the rear. The specification of Marvin Window products provided confidence in the prevalent use of traditional double-hung windows on this highly exposed site. The ultimate clad double-hung windows were a perfect fit for the shingle-style character of the home. Marvin also built custom French doors that were a great fit with adjacent double-hung units. MARVIN PRODUCTS USED: Integrity Awning Window Integrity Casement Window Marvin Special Shape Window Marvin Ultimate Awning Window Marvin Ultimate Casement Window Marvin Ultimate Double Hung Window Marvin Ultimate Swinging French Door
Wicker Park Historic Restoration
Wicker Park Historic Restoration
Buckingham Interiors + Design LTDBuckingham Interiors + Design LTD
Inspiration for a victorian entryway remodel in Chicago with a glass front door
Mansion in May
Mansion in May
Alan Schatzberg & Associates, Inc.Alan Schatzberg & Associates, Inc.
Huge ornate formal and open concept dark wood floor and brown floor living room photo in New York with beige walls, no fireplace and no tv
Bella Royale Rustic Contemporary Home
Bella Royale Rustic Contemporary Home
Vistal Homes, LLCVistal Homes, LLC
Large ornate u-shaped travertine floor and beige floor eat-in kitchen photo in Detroit with a farmhouse sink, recessed-panel cabinets, distressed cabinets, granite countertops, beige backsplash, paneled appliances, an island and stone tile backsplash
Arts Crafts Kitchen
Arts Crafts Kitchen
MN BuildersMN Builders
Kitchen - victorian l-shaped kitchen idea in San Francisco with glass-front cabinets, white cabinets, green backsplash and white appliances
Pacific Heights Residence
Pacific Heights Residence
RHC Construction & ManagementRHC Construction & Management
Scott Hargis Photography
Inspiration for a victorian kitchen remodel in San Francisco

Victorian Home Design Ideas

Victorian Heirloom
Victorian Heirloom
Eberlein Design Consultants Ltd.Eberlein Design Consultants Ltd.
Photo Credit Tom Crane
Ornate kitchen photo in Philadelphia with a farmhouse sink and green countertops
Remodeled Queen Anne
Remodeled Queen Anne
The Lazy GardenerThe Lazy Gardener
A refurbished Queen Anne needed privacy from a busy street corner while not feeling like it was behind a privacy hedge. A mixed use of evergreen trees and shrubs, deciduous plants and perennials give a warm cottage feel while creating the privacy the garden needed from the street.
Round Hill
Round Hill
Meyer & Meyer, Inc. Architecture and InteriorsMeyer & Meyer, Inc. Architecture and Interiors
The unique site, 11 acres on a peninsula with breathtaking views of the ocean, inspired Meyer & Meyer to break the mold of waterside shingle-style homes. The estate is comprised of a main house, guest house, and existing bunker. The design of the main house involves projecting wings that appear to grow out of the hillside and spread outward toward three sides of ocean views. Architecture and landscape merge as exterior stairways and bridges provide connections to a network of paths leading to the beaches at each point. An enduring palette of local stone, salt-washed wood, and purple-green slate reflects the muted and changeable seaside hues. This beach-side retreat offers ever-changing views from windows, terraces, decks, and pathways. Tucked into the design are unexpected touches such as a hideaway wine room and a nautically-inspired crow’s nest.
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