This sophisticated master bedroom located in Paris is fit for royalty. Gold details throughout the room enrich the Victorian style and add shine to the neutral wall color and patterned wood flooring. Lining the furniture against the walls maximizes the available space and keeps the room feeling grandiose and open.
Gold finishes and decorations shine in this bright, Victorian bedroom in Paris. A mix of pastel patterns on the bedding, area rug and chairs brings soft color to the design. Open floor space and natural light from the large window keep the room feeling spacious and inviting.
Design details give a victorian feel to the style of this living room. A burgundy sofa and wood chair feature high back rests while a padded chaise redistributes length with a short back and long leg rest. Heavy decor elements such as the motel art, mirror frame and plant pot add weight to the design.
Lavish decor enhances this Victorian style master bedroom to a romantic oasis where the long blue drapes with gold metallic design puddles on the marble floor. The white chandelier and ornate fireplace mantel add character and charm amongst the mix of colors and heavy patterns.
The unique curved footprint of this room is a hallmark of its Victorian architecture, while its decor is spare and modern. The design team and homeowners updated the kitchen, baths and living spaces in this classic Victorian house to function well for a 21st-century family.
This gorgeous living room boasts luxury and class with clean, white sofas and gold decor galore. It's all about the details in this design right down to the patterned wood flooring. A light color palette compliments the spacious and pristine design.
For Halloween flair with a classic, masculine and midcentury modern twist, this Victorian dining room was furnished with modern pieces from the 1950s and 1960s and decorated in charcoal, black and orange hues.
Create interest and texture with a collection of everyday and vintage bathroom items. This Victorian Gothic wall cabinet is filled with vintage cosmetic jars, ivory grooming implements, shells, sponges, towels and soaps. “If you have glass-fronted shelves, use it as an opportunity not just for storage but for display of interesting objects,” says Susan Sully, author of the book “Past Present: Living with Heirlooms and Antiques” in which this home was featured. Sully also recommends painting the back of a cabinet a dark color to make light objects really stand out.
A pale blue wall paint adds super subtle color in this elegant bathroom. Victorian embellishments including the mirror frame, candle sconces and statue add a vintage flair to the decor. The white vanity is topped with marble countertop for a timeless look.
A textured comforter, velvet headboard and draped canopy create a beautiful mix of soft texture for this bed decor. A chandelier with hanging crystal adds a soft glow over the calm, neutral tones of the design. Bright pink flowers add a fresh pop of color to catch the eye around the room.
This master bedroom showcases a Victorian era aesthetic on a grand scale. The California King sized bed and coordinating nightstands are made of American Walnut with bronze hardware. Feminine bed linens, floral throw pillows, and fresh flower decor soften the look of the substantial furniture.
This living room is fit for a king with gold decor and accent pieces lining the walls and furniture. A light color palette is perfect for the spacious and sophisticated design. Gorgeous drapes and crisp white furniture create beautiful lines and an appealing setting.
Architectural salvage can make for excellent tabletop decor. Here, a baluster crafted from an old Victorian staircase is given new life as a traditional candleholder. To outfit it for holding candles, a small wooden plaque is used as the footer and a pillar candle plate is added to the top.
From mud cloth to indigo and colorful wax prints, textiles featuring traditional African patterns, or inspired by them are finding a place in trendy, modern spaces all over the globe. Designers, artisans and creatives alike are finding that textiles obtained by way of the African continent, from countries such as Mali, Uganda, and Nigeria, offer strong graphic and geometric design along with vibrant, striking color stories. In spaces with a contemporary look, these designs are stylish and impactful while adding a global touch to the decor. Actor and designer, Gbenga Akinnagbe (The Wire, The Deuce) has taken notice of the power of African prints and created his own home furnishings line that incorporates them. ENITAN Vintage (http://www.enitanvintage.com/) offers storied pieces, where vintage and antique European seating is reimagined through Akinnagbe’s extensive collection of African textiles. “I wanted to preserve many of these pieces where I could, using influences from the Continent that also transcend space and time,” remarks Akinnagbe about pieces like this Victorian settee that’s upholstered in a fuchsia African Dutch Wax Print fabric.