Victorian homes sound straight out of fantasies. These character-laden home interior designs let you lend ancient antiquity and royalty to your home.
Undoubtedly, if you are planning a major renovation of your home to Victorian design, it can be a bit expensive and time-consuming, but it’s worth it. But if you have a small budget and still want the charm of the Victorian era, you can pull the look with small themed additions.
Let’s look at some easy and interactive ways to bring the age-old Victorian vibes to your Singapore home:
1. All-White Interior
If you are looking for a core Victorian interior, white is the best paint colour to choose from. This shade adds tranquillity, peace and brightness to your space.
For a modern touch, you can add subtle colours using wall decor accents and furniture painted in earthy shades. It is important to keep in mind that Victorian designs are not too vibrant. They appear and feel soothing, calming, relaxing, and welcoming to you as well as your guests.
2. Golden Touch To Add Royalty
In this interior design, the golden sanitary and trimming makes this otherwise simple bathroom look luxurious. It cleverly adds vibrancy and lavishness to the all-white look.
As we know, gold is the symbol of royalty; this is how you can remodel your bathroom for a perfect Victorian vibe.
Make sure you don’t use too many colours as this can get your interior away from the authentic Victorian feel.
3. Modern Elegance for Kid’s Room
Patterns and interior colour scheme heavily influence the overall design of your home. Kids may not be so much into the Victorian theme. They love the colours!
You can easily add colours to your kid’s Victorian room, as shown in this design. Paint one wall with light tones of pink for girls and blue for boys. In this design, pink is one main colour with white forming the companion colour.
The wooden flooring and the remaining white walls serve as great Victorian elements in this design. You can decorate the room with ornaments, musical instruments, and more depending on the interest of your child.
4. An Authentic Victorian Kitchen
Victorian kitchens use freestanding cabinets and furniture instead of built-in cabinets. But for a modern elegance to your cooking space, you can get inspired by the Victorian kitchen design shown in this image.
The beautiful trimming and golden touches add royalty to this space. Design the kitchen to allow the maximum sunlight in and make your space look airier.
5. Open Shelves in Dressing Room
A separate dressing room plays an important role in a modern Victorian home.
As shown in this interior design, keep the shelves open and the space full of brightness using light. The floor-to-ceiling mirror adds a dramatic look to this dressing room.
Find and follow these inspirations to remodel your home to obtain the Victorian beauty. Consider adding colours via textiles, accessories, window treatments, and decorative accents.