Victorian terrace

Transform your home with stunning Victorian terrace design ideas. Discover how to create a timeless and elegant space that perfectly blends modern comfort with classic charm.
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Victorian Terrace Renovation: Day 1

After buying a house recently and getting pretty hands on I thought I'd look back and reflect on the ups and downs, tips and what I might do differently (if money was no option). If I won millions in the lottery I'd love nothing more then restoring some of these tired looking Victorian terraces back to their former glory, but that's highly unlikely, so I'll start with the one for now... This rather sorry looking terrace house is typical of many in the East London area, and when I say typical…

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Doing a side return extension on a Victorian terraced house ~ Part 1 ~ - Poppy Loves London

So apparently I am a grown up. I’m not sure when it happened. But all of a sudden I am married (last weekend – teeny tiny civil service with our parents – heavenly) I am pregnant (still convinced the bump is just doughnuts) and have embarked on that very big and exciting and terrifying building […]

Gemma O'Brien
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Patalab Architecture Breathes New Life into a 19th-Century South London Cottage - Interior Design

When renovating a 19th-century Victorian terrace house in South London, Patalab Architecture first turned to its bones. “The house, when purchased by our client, was in a tired state and there were major structural issues that needed to be addressed, justifying the opportunity to fundamentally rearrange the layout,” says Uwe Schmidt-Hess, founder and director, noting its narrow width at 4 meters, or roughly 13 feet.

Sara Griffiths