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.

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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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62 thoughts on “Victorian Inspired Bedroom

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  3. Cesar Jovan Fredrick

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  7. 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.

  8. 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!

  9. 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!

  10. 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!

  11. 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.

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