Victorian Gothic House Style: An Architectural and Interior Design Source Book

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David & Charles Publishers, Apr 1, 2003 - House & Home - 168 pages
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A celebration of one of the most exuberant styles of the period, Victorian Gothic House Style provides the ideal source of inspiration and reference for anyone wishing to re-create or preserve authentic period architecture, furnishings and detailing in the Victorian Gothic style. Highlighting the spiky towers of picturesque castles and cathedrals, high-gabled roofs and medieval ornament of the day, this book combines specially commissioned photographs and extensive source material from contemporary catalogs with informative and practical text to help readers achieve the best possible results. Also included is a comprehensive list of suppliers in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada and Australia.

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Osband, whose previous book, Victorian House Style, was one of this publisher's sourcebooks on period interior design, presents a detailed examination of the Gothic revival style in domestic ... Read full review

About the author (2003)

Linda Osband has compiled and edited an anthology of Victorian travel writings, and is the author of Victorian House Style and Victorian Gothic House Style. Linda lives in a fine example of Victorian Gothic architecture in London.

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