This brand new Victorian style house looks like it could have been built decades ago with all of it’s features that remain true to Victorian architecture. Located in Marietta, GA, this classically-styled Victorian home stands out as a great example. I’ve included over a dozen pictures from start to finish on building a turret.
Trying to stay true to Victorian era home characteristics during your home renovation project? Or maybe you're wondering, 'What does a Victorian style home look like?' We've got lots of photos of Victorian homes -- so you can see what makes them different from other home styles. Plus, find answers to your questions about a wide variety of Victorian home features.
View this grandiose coffered ceiling inside of an even larger Victorian home constructed in 2007-08. Features shiplap wood planks rather than drywall. Very nice photos.
A beautiful new Victorian home showcasing a couple of barrel vaulted ceilings is the focus of this article. Two distinctively different styles of barrel vaults are shown, radius and elliptical.
Cypress lap siding is a great choice for today’s American homes. Here are some great reasons to consider all-natural solid cypress for your homebuilding construction project.
Installing a slate roof on this newly constructed Victorian home was no small feat. They used 100 square of roofing tile to complete this project including hand-cutting all of the slate at angles for the turret.
Photos of Victorian chimneys and chimney pots abound in this post of the home under construction I’ve been visiting and even more pictures from various sources. Lots of great ideas for capping your chimney in style.
Fish-scale shingle siding was a great choice of materials for the front gable of this classically styled Victorian home build.
A lightning protection system is probably one of the most overlooked potential components of a new or existing home. It might cost a few bucks up front but it could save you hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Have you been looking for ideas for a Victorian style foundation vent for your home? This one hits the mark. It is made of iron and will last the lifetime of the home.
Bonner Custom Homes is at it again. This time the style is Victorian and this home should prove to be an extraordinary example of the quintessential Industrial Age style of the late 19th century.
If you’re looking for interesting accommodations rather than the mundane chain hotel, try a Bed & Breakfast Inn for a change.