Wonderful Victorian House Trim Color

May 12th

Victorian house trim – An ornamental railing encircling your front porch will blend in with the Victorian exterior. Rocking chairs, wrought iron furniture and also colorful plants hanging baskets. And then, window boxes help authenticity. Using ornamental trim, porch columns and also brackets to match existing exterior trim helps it blend in. Front Porch Ideas has pictures of Victorian style porches that can inspire you.

White Victorian House Trim
White Victorian House Trim

The Victorian houses are notorious for using light and frivolous colors when painting the exterior. Using a combination of up to three different colors is a common distinction of the Victorian era. Purple was Queen Victoria’s favorite color, and then it is often use in combination with pink and blue. Painting the Victorian house trim, balusters, columns and fish scale shingles in various shades to help set the Victorian home apart from all other eras. Several paint shops specializing in historical paints, you might want to use.

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A Victorian dowager is well dress in blue-green siding, victorian house trim in creamy yellow with rust-red border. A purple house with crisp white trim can present a yellow or a red door. A faded pink house invaded by trellis full of roses looks lovely with dark green or violet trim. Check our gallery to inspire you!