Victorian House Style: An Architectural and Interior Design Source Book

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David & Charles, 1991 - Architecture - 192 pages
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A comprehensive and beautifully illustrated guide to all aspects of Victorian design in and around the home, from major architectural features to the smaller details of interior decoration. This book is great inspiration for readers who wish to restore a Victorian house, or simply recreate the intimate splendor of the period.. Taking into account the requirements of the modern-day home, this book offers both practical advice and inspiration which will enable readers to strike a balance between Victorian style and 20th-century living.

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Victorian Gothic house style: an architectural and interior design source book

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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

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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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