Think of the Victorian train stations and their steel structures with elegant and elaborate decorative details, certificates of both technology and manufacture art. Some of that fascinating mix can be found in this kitchen hardware and fine metallic details turn it into an elegant cooking laboratory.
Green Style: The Prettiest Wedgewood Stove This is the exact stove my Mom cooked on when I was growing up. It was in my Grandma's kitchen and we lived in her house. Color is the same and everything. WOULD LOVE to have that old stove back now.
An Industrial Rustic House Tour: Geared accents complement horse décor and a set of shelves made from weathered wood and steel keep the walls interesting. A raw look that works in both the country and the city, this aesthetic is ideal for any home with an edge. Shop Now at dotandbo.com!
Rich green walls in a dining room coordinate well with a periwinkle blue kitchen, visible through the doorway. It's often necessary to consider how two colors in adjacent rooms will look next to each other, whenever both can be seen at once from a single vantage point.
These quintessentially British geometric floor tiles by OriginalStyle.com recreate authentic Victorian and Edwardian patterns in halls, kitchens, bathrooms, conservatories, as well as paths and patios.
Early Victorian homes featured lighter colored walls with richer colors in the dining room and library. Later Victorians turned to deeper tones, which were used to emphasize the importance of a room. In more urban areas, colors like gray, darker green, and a grayer blue were often chosen to minimize the effect of grime from coal dust and stains from gas and oil lamps.