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Love the details trim... Queen Anne: The Queen Anne style is considered the most recognizable of the Victorian-era homes. These homes were popular from the 1870s through the 1900s were greatly influenced by British architect Richard Norman Shaw. The style is often characterized by ornamentation excess — steep rooflines porches with decorative gables, circular towers, decorative windows entry doors, bay windows a wide variety of colors textures.
Love Victorian home San Francisco - nice :-)
Victorian Design Houzz
I love Victorian style homes
Queen Ann - San Francisco
Queen Anne Victorian Houses | Queen Anne Victorian house style - 6 Types with Examples
Queen Anne style. My kids and I love the homes with the "princess room" as my daughter calls it. SO PRETTY!
my favorite #1
Need to live here
Victorian. I have ALWAYS wanted a house like this. Fixer upper. Maybe one day.
Queen Anne style architecture on Summitt Street in Batavia, New York
Beautiful green Queen Anne Victorian house with turret by eg2006, via Flickr
Queen Anne Cottage, Los Angeles Arboretum
Victorian- ok this is it...
Queen Anne Gingerbread Victorian Home
I love big houses.
The Shelton-McMurphey-Johnson House in Eugene, Oregon. This is a Victorian mansion dating from 1882.
I've been wanting a chair like this for photoshoots. Right next to my aubergine velvet chaise.
Classic Cabbagetown Victorian (Ontario, Canada): Classic house with all the details you expect to find in a Victorian home. Bay & Gable, wonderful gingerbreading & details in the brick & stone work.