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Timeless Victorian-Inspired Townhouse With Brass Touches

Wed, Jul 8, 2015 | Vintage home designs

This Victorian-inspired townhouse in London was designed by design firm Minale + Mann. It has an aura of class, and elegance, but edgy and cool, it looks classically English yet modern and trendy. All the spaces and key design features are centered around a 100-year-old olive tree in a double void space. Wide use of wood of different shades makes the home...Continue Reading...


Luxurious Victorian Villa On The Ocean Coast

When somebody says ‘luxury’, the first association I have is this villa on the ocean coast. The exterior and interior are done in Victorian style – classical, luxurious and very exquisite. Light and traditional interiors are decorated with amazing pillars, fantastic lanterns of mosaic glass and amazing restored furniture and accessories like pillar...Continue Reading...


Pretty 114-Years-Old Victorian House

Thu, Jun 9, 2011 | Traditional home designs

This stunning Queen Anne Victorian was built in 1897 in Osceola, Iowa, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It’s known as “The Banta House” and was designed by the popular Victorian-era architect George Barber. The house, which features 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, 3 fireplaces, and 3 porches, is on the market for only $300,000. It has...Continue Reading...


Blue-Black Monochrome Victorian Duplex Renovated by Envelope A+D

Wed, Aug 25, 2010 | Home design

Clipper Street Residence is a redesigned by Envelope A+D tattered Victorian duplex – two stacked flats with a typical series of dark, cellular rooms – in San Francisco’s Noe Valley neighborhood. After redesign it looks like it has been visited by Space Invaders thanks to a blue-black monochrome exterior. Almost all partitions in both flats...Continue Reading...


Small Victorian Home With Cool Courtyard and Roof Deck – Castro Residence by Jones Haydu

Mon, Jul 12, 2010 | Small home designs

This small Victorian home is located on a steep site in San Francisco area. It is designed to have large gathering and usable exterior spaces. Thanks to that it’s very well connected to outdoors with a connected to main living areas courtyard and an awesome roof deck. These both exterior areas are accessible from all house levels and from each other....Continue Reading...


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