A typical Victorian home may bring to mind dark wood tones, stately rooms, and over-the-top, ornate details. But in the hands of designer Lisa Staton, Victorian has been given a whole new meaning (and a look to match). And today, we’re taking you on a tour of her latest project that redefines this style – by combining period details with plenty of modern touches.
In the kitchen, Lisa used a mix of materials to create a warm and welcoming space that feels period-appropriate and totally updated. A rich green color on the cabinetry really sets the tone – and pairs beautifully with the warm wood floors and brass hardware. A white tin ceiling and glass light fixture tie into the home’s Victorian architecture, while a copper-clad range hood with arched detail is a totally unique touch.
As an extension of the kitchen, the dining room brings in plenty of simple, rustic charm. The brick fireplace really takes center stage, adding texture and visual interest. The rustic wood table and mix of black chairs are casual but curated, anchored by a simple striped rug that provides a bit of pattern.
This bathroom may be compact, but it’s full of stylish design details. The smoky gray painted chair rail adds a traditional touch, contrasted by a modern, floral wallpaper. And that elegant arch detail over the tub creates a gorgeous moment for the burgundy tile to really shine.
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