Victorian Red Home Design Photos

Victorian Style house
Victorian Style house
Hometown RoofingHometown Roofing
Hometown Roofing completed the roof on this Victorian style house. Certainteed Carriage House scalloped shingle really gave this house a fresh update while keeping the classic look.
Study
Study
Katz Novoa ArchitectsKatz Novoa Architects
The commission consisted of the design of a new English Manor House on a secluded 24 acre plot of land. The property included water features, rolling grass areas at the front and a steep section of woods at the rear. The project required the procurement of permits from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Conservation and a variance from the Mendham Zoning Board of Appeals. The stately Colonial Manor is entirely clad in Pennsylvania stone, has slate roofs, copper gutters and leaders, and lavish interior finishes. It comprises six Bedroom Suites, each with its own Bathroom, plus an apartment over the garages, and eight garage bays. The house was designed with energy efficiency in mind, and incorporates the highest R-value insulation throughout, low-E, argon-filled insulating windows and patio doors, a geothermal HVAC system, and energy-efficient appliances.
Kings Point Residence: Traditional Custom Kitchen & Millwork
Kings Point Residence: Traditional Custom Kitchen & Millwork
Teoria InteriorsTeoria Interiors
Custom two-tone traditional kitchen designed and fabricated by Teoria Interiors for a beautiful Kings Point residence. Photography by Chris Veith
Bayside Victorian Kitchen
Bayside Victorian Kitchen
Renaissance Kitchen and HomeRenaissance Kitchen and Home
This newly construction Victorian styled Home has an open floor plan and takes advantage of it's spectacular oven view. Hand distressed cabinetry was designed to accommodate an open floor plan. The large center Island separates the work side of the kitchen but adds visual interest by adding open shelving to the back of the island. The large peninsula bar was added to hide a structural column and divides the great room from the kitchen.
Victorian Splendor
Victorian Splendor
SV DesignSV Design
Originally designed by J. Merrill Brown in 1887, this Queen Anne style home sits proudly in Cambridge's Avon Hill Historic District. Past was blended with present in the restoration of this property to its original 19th century elegance. The design satisfied historical requirements with its attention to authentic detailsand materials; it also satisfied the wishes of the family who has been connected to the house through several generations. Photo Credit: Peter Vanderwarker

Victorian Red Home Design Photos

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