Victorian Inspired Bedroom

Bedroom is the most important room in the matter of privacy. It is the place where you could explore all your want and a place for your secret. Maybe you have known about the Victorian home interior design that is very elegance and it represent the interior design when Queen Victoria’s reign. Then, what about you? Is this design interesting for you? If you feel so, let’s see some Victoria inspired bedroom here. Then, what should you do for decorating the bedroom?

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The first thing, let’s discuss about the bed. Since it is Victorian design, it would not be separated from the classical and Gothic sense. The bed in the Victorian inspired bedroom design would show the wooden material of it. Beside that, it also has cast-iron, brass or combination metal bedstead. Then, you could make your bed become more beautiful by adding canopies and draperies, pillow, also the ribbons.

Gothic Victorian BedroomGothic Victorian Bedroom

Then, let’s talk about the cabinet and table in this bedroom.  The cabinet being used is wooden cabinet and wooden table. Beside that, it could be made from the bamboo. Then, you could use traditional lamp on the wooden table, including classic ginger-jar porcelain, crystal, brass and candlestick styles. Set each lamp on a crocheted doily for an authentic period look.

Then, you could also add some pieces of candles stands that would add the romantic senses in your bedroom. Beside that, you could have some drawers made from oak, mahogany or walnut, that are embellished with carving, pediments and ornate case-brass or carved-wood drawer pulls.

Classic Victorian BedroomClassic Victorian Bedroom

White Victorian BedroomWhite Victorian Bedroom

Beside that, adding some pictures, such as botanical, children, maidens and animals. Having mirror in this bedroom would make it more beautiful. Then, you could add period style vases there. For making the room more beautiful, you should have curtain, such as ruffles, valances, braid, lace, bows and tassels. Fabrics can include velvet, brocade, delicate floral and eyelet, possibly layered atop lace sheers.

Then, For making your room being perfect Victorian Inspired bedroom, you could also add armchair or show-frame chair. This chair made from mahogany frame covered in velvet, leather or fabric upholstery. Those are some ideas of Victorian inspired bedroom. What do you think about it?

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89 thoughts on “Victorian Inspired Bedroom

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  3. Toby Cale

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  5. Alexandro 777

    @WrigleyHogsTheBed – Completely agree. I am sociable and tend to acquire a (too) busy schedule, which means I often up feeling drained (I am also an introvert) by too going on. So there are often events I want to but can truthfully not 100% commit to. There were too many occasions where something came up at the last and I feel cancelling, so now I tend to prioritise some events (anything to with family, partner or events were I a organisational role) and for the rest say “maybe” and if possible why the maybe. Then I try to commit to yes or no ASAP. I that people are usually understanding. And I a “maybe” to a “yes” that gets cancelled at the last minute.

  6. Jacob66

    That is really an to the proliferation of ground-floor garage doors that we are faced with as pedestrians in Philadelphia. Unfortunately it does not address the that a curb-cut removes an on-street parking that can be shared by multiple users and increase pedestrian safety by providing a buffer between traffic and the sidewalk.

  7. Samantha

    I this is a post. I say, be as messy as you want if it works for you..but its to “stash” places when needed. Some believe organizational styles, to with or left brained thinking. In Simple mag last month, they an article called Organizing for Your Personality and you can also a fun test and read it online. I personally always up 50/50 on these things so i absorb a balance of piles vs clean hidden storage on my acquire desk..this works for me.You can check out the article here:

  8. Spencer_Roberto_Gauge

    I am a “single girl” (if 35 can me in the girl category) in the process of buying an farmhouse. Your cabin inspired me long before I saw that you were in the same dwelling as I am: your reasons for having it and the world it embodies are aesthetic exactly why I am doing something most of my family and friends is completely nuts. Thank you SO for letting me into your home, and your mindset – I am even more now than I was before.

  9. Cesar Jovan Fredrick

    WOW! I am the mother that made these for her children. My kids eat raw, natural, and organic food for 95% of their diet. They VitD3 and VitC and probiotics and fish oil. They are really kids and I wanted to TREAT them one morning. I GEL food coloring which requires a of normal food coloring to the desired results. Spread out over the entire batter, I probably broken-down a total of 12 drops.The batter was mostly organic (based on my ingredients) and I added flax seed.You can more by letting your kid eat french fries and fruit snacks then I did with my rainbow pancakes.I am to that people cant in a moment of joy and let is sit and warm their heart. Why must everything be a “You Should” or a “You Shouldn’t”.Just be happy.Jeez.

  10. Devin Brett H.

    the mantel, mount the tv on the wall above it (swivel arm), a matching bookshelf where the tv is now for the components and dvds(get rid of the tv cart), toss the clock too (you acquire one on the a/v components, right).then yourself some valances (like roman blinds, not the cafe curtain kind) in a grand black/white print to over those windows.get a larger rug and center it.

  11. Nicolas 777

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  12. Jon Darnell R.

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  15. Ailani999

    I would bask in to add “Sleepless in Seattle”, to the above (which I totally agree with, especially “Somethings Gotta Give”) which features not one by TWO houses – one a vintage cramped apartment with antique stove, the other a houseboat in Washington, all commence floorplan and water.

  16. Alfonso Kason Leroy

    @ Resident Geek….A fig tree is a house plant, usually called a Ficus. Most indoor tree.I inherited the gardening green thumb, and a thirst for projects. The affinity for furniture skipped my parents, so I was the one who lucked out and got the Heywood Wakefield dining and living room end-tables my grandparents purchased in 1950. My mother they were hideous, Huzzah for me!

  17. Milena

    Numbers rather than color names are more useful for tracking down a color in a paint line as names change from year to year.I struggled to acquire a pale butter color a few years ago when I did my dining room. It came out okay, but I never found exactly what I wanted. The colors of my imagination and the colors on the wall will never really be the same!

  18. Sullivan2016

    topic!in my instance – thriftiness was definitely learned the parents always been frugal and extremely careful with money. I, on the other hand, was absolutely horrendous until behind twenties. now i am amping up the emergency fund, contributing to 401k and ira, investing, all with zero cc debt.everything we compose is secondary to the above. we are looking to replace our sofa, but all the other need-to-be-replaced furnishings in the home, it will be bought only when we the cash on hand to pay off the cc within the month. calm cc because i want the points.

  19. Braylon_Alvin_Gilbert

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  20. Kyan-Howard

    I absolutely absorb to disagree about lumping thank-you cards in with favors as something negative about a party. The point of a thank-you card is as to manners and consideration for others as it is the literal expression of “I liked the Legos.” Now, toward that end, the fill-in-the-blank thank-yous really bother me, because then it is about the stuff, but a thank-you where the child remembers the person who gave the gift and says I was you came to my party is one that helps children learn more about social relationships and thinking about other people and not the gimme-gimme.Not to mention that it can be parent-child time, and maybe even the chance for something creative if you a make-your-own!

  21. Bradley_Kyler_Kian

    I am more of a fan of different smells for different moods. Or occasions. And a fan of using the ingredients rather than a candle etc. (Although that is also when need be and then I agree with the more natural of the fragrances out there!)Like the smell of pine all over the house over the holidays (I did not a tree, but pine branches on the mantles, over the windows, and a wreath with pine berries on the door – quick, cheap, and adds decoration too.Over the holidays when friends/family were over, I made either mulled wine or spiced apple cider or cookies as guests were coming in – extremely festive, inviting, and when you are done, you absorb something to eat/drink!!My kitchen always smells the herbs I growing on the sill behind the sink. I also a lemon half by the sink to rub it down after a particularly greasy washing, or to throw pieces down into the disposal (watch out if they are too big!!).I enact the archipelago candles with oils and soy only wax (no toxins or smoky burning here!) for long soaks in the tub. Again b/c of mood.for everyday, I agree, I a desirable smelling place.But can mean diff smells to diff people, same as colors.

  22. ElizaTaliyah

    @ChrisS Agreed. We also bought a craftsman in the and saw several that had also been drastically “updated” decades earlier, and now looked horribly 1980s, 1990s, 1950s, etc. disjointed. We also bewitch a more minimal, aesthetic– and so we refinished the floors, replaced some windows / window treatments and decorated with whites, mcm furniture and a lot of lighting. The house looks significantly different.

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  24. Lylah

    Tammy sounds appreciate you need to your priorities straight. I feel your because I went through this when I was deciding to out of my previous apartment in a fab in Brooklyn ( but my reasons were because I wanted to a dog.)What you value most in terms of where you want to live ( and these in terms of importance):
    1. Neighborhood
    2. Space
    3. Monthly Rent
    4. Feeling A “Real Home”The combination of what you value will choose what your next steps should be. ( To it more scientific I gave points to each apartment characteristic and evaluated all apartments based on my scoring system.)If you value the neighborhood above all else ( and want to you rent the same but also want a that feels homier) then for other apartments in the WV that might be roomier studios and that are only marginally more expensive than what you pay now.If you value dwelling above all else , but want to in the same hood and pay more rent then ahead and consume more money to a 1 BR in the WV.BUT if you value location and keeping your rent the same then OUT OF THE WEST VILLAGE. There are ample apartments in upper Manhattan (Harlem, Washington Heights, Inwood). Also there are apartments in big neighborhoods in Brooklyn and Queens. At least in many parts of Brooklyn you can roll out of bed and shopping, bars, restaurants and cafes. When you are in your cute apartment you wont how long it took you to the move. And then when your friends visit you they will be jealous and might the travel to the gasp Outer Boroughs.

  25. Gwendolyn Naya W.

    Hello,I the simplicity of a boutique hotel look.The table pictured reminds me of this catalog called Brocade Home.They acquire antique furniture with lines.

  26. Ahmad W.

    the cat tree! Only question: The bark of trees dries out and falls off quickly, particularly when you a scratching and climbing cat. So this is potentially a messy short term installation. But then, your cat probably deserves a fresh tree every year or so … 🙂

  27. Marina2006

    answer to dealing with stainless steel appliances: stainless steel cabinetry. Except for endless fingerprints, this looks & would be efficient on sauce night. Most of these explore half-done, as extremely useful upper cabinets are missing in parts or entirely; they will be examples after reno is complete. salvaged china cabinet with mirrored to light provides extra style.

  28. Alfred-Chaim

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  29. Patricia

    I myself with manners, my of showing it is by helping cleaning up after a dinner party, I write a note/thank you card and I reciprocate by having a dinner party. I always bring a bottle of wine or will bring dish if needed. There is nothing with disagreeing or sharing a different point a view.

  30. Ellen

    If you live in Houston there is a urban gardening/farming organization – urbanharvest.orgUrban Harvest is incredibly well and offers classes, organizes community and school gardens, operated an urban farmers market, organizes fruit tree sales (since we are almost a tropical climate).

  31. Marshall Y.

    If you live in SF or across the bay, the yards always absorb a few of them. The vintage require 3-4″ of depth and are inserted into a wall. They sit a wooden door – of bask in a medicine cabinet, only you begin the door and the ironing board is in there, and folds down for use.Though there are more current over-the-door versions you can acquire at, um, target, maybe? BBB? That would probably work as well for you.

  32. Sierra Aurelia B.

    If you live in an urban dwelling and can afford it, living to work is the to go. I to read, but not on a crowded assert or bus. I a co-worker who commutes over 3 hours a day. He says commuting is the best time of his day, because he gets to relax before he gets home. Me, I want to dwelling as soon as possible to relax with my family.

  33. Derek August

    Two kids (33 months & 9 months), two strollers: a BOB Revolution and a Maclaren Quest Sport. Mostly suburban-type and the BOB is magical on the beach & boardwalk.Right now I an Ergo to tote the Girl when the Boy gets tired. Sometimes I the Boy sit on the front of the BOB – which works for that last bit of walking on the to the car so long as he keeps his feet off the wheel.I am shopping for a Buggy Board for the Maclaren (apparently they work alright with the BOB too but the handle bar is something of an issue?). Ideally, I not want to bear to assume a double stroller but if I was in the market for a double I would the BOB Duallie Revolution without even doing a test drive based on my experience with the single.

  34. Nadia Romina Cherish

    this grey reflects light nicely, being slightly warm, white furniture also reflects light (and will work until sticker phase). such a shame, however, that people feel compelled to decorate toward a particular gender, particularly “pink is for girls, blue is for boys;” we are past the eisenhower era, an anomoly in itself. putting changing table by window simply is between ability for baby to drop out window or entangled in curtains & cords (crib by window is same problem). better to nightstand in window. from fengshui & checking-in perspective, better to crib/bed from doorway, changetable & highboy on hidden & white rug is good, as babies concentrate first on that contrast.

  35. AustinZackeryStone

    The concept of using cash to BUDGET (?!?) almost makes me panic!I check the mint iphone app a few times a day. This means I can when my rent check was cashed, when my pay was deposited and if its correct, what i spent at the bakery or bookstore, or divide up a grocery that was actually a copy of architectural digest and bananas into “magazines” and “food for home”. I less and accumulate it incredibly reassuring to be able to discover what i spent on coffee approach out of my account, before i even leave the coffee shop. I am living off of and paying off my line of credit this. So better than cash.

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