Victorian Bathroom Design
The term Victorian is usually described as an architectural style but it is actually a period in history. From about 1840 to 1900, the Victorian era brought many innovations in architecture. Each Victorian style home has its own distinctive features since builders often borrowed characteristics from several different styles, creating unique mixes. The Victorians were highly status-conscious, and in Victorian America, nothing displayed your status like your house.
Common Characteristics of Victorian Houses include:
- Textured shingles
- Fancy "gingerbread" trim
- Rounded porches
- Asymmetrical floor plans
- Steeply pitched roof of irregular shape
- High Ceilings
- Large windows
- Intricate woodwork
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