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Victorian Style by Judith H. Miller (1997-03-13)

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    Judith H. Miller;Martin Miller(Author)

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  • By A customer on April 7, 2000

    A must for everyone who owns or dreams of owning a victorian period home. Covering grand to smaller scale homes, this book takes you through every nook and cranny of homes...from porches to living rooms to victorian style bathrooms. This book offers the reader so many ideas but is not a true reference how-to's in this one but rather a visual treasure chest of examples for those looking to renovate or decorate in true victorian style. A source directory is included. Enjoy!

  • By Bird That Flew on August 22, 2011

    I didn't find this book as helpful as the other 5-star reviewers did. Yes, it's got a lot of information and it certainly has some pretty photos, but I found it only moderately helpful. My aim was to learn as much as possible (through text and photos) about the hows, whats and whys of Victorian interiors to help with the restoration of my own Victorian home. Some of the photos in this book are of house museums (or museum-quality) rooms, but many others are Victorian inspired rooms. If you're looking for ways to incorporate Victorian into your modern decor or vice versa, you might like that. For someone who wants a book to learn from, that might not be so helpful. It's also worth mentioning that many of the photos are of what essentially look like mansions. They're beautiful to look at, but probably not anything that the average Victorian homeowner would be able to achieve.

  • By L. M. Keefer on March 30, 2015

    There are many gorgeous images in this book of museum rooms with pieces from the Victorian era, as well as more modern homes with a Victorian style decor. This book proves that Victorian doesn't need to look dated. There is one red checked kitchen sitting room I adore and showed to a designer once as a room I could have in my home. Many of the images are full-page. The author is an authority on antiques and period style, so it is comprehensive. It is not an academic book. Nor is it a chronological survey of Victorian style in all of its enactments. Most lovers of Victorian style will find something to enjoy in this book.

  • By Gmac on September 25, 2016

    Very interesting

  • By Faeriewitch on December 15, 2014

    Fabulously detailed - as always from the Millers - it's a great history lesson as well as for design.

  • By Susan F on February 18, 2016

    Not what I hoped for.

  • By goinggreen on June 16, 2015

    Beautiful photos.

  • By Nicole on February 25, 2015

    very happy

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