Victorian Homes Inside
A rare view inside a 19th century Victorian home. Isn't it lovely? Makes me want to light a fire and just sit and enjoy. Inside an 1880's home. You can tell from the gun, rug, and antlers that this was a hunting family and from the spinning wheel that while they were fairly well-off, they still made due with what they had.
Inside Victorian Houses Many people in Victorian times lived in homes without any of the modern comforts we take for granted today. People had to manage without central heating or hot water from the tap - instead they had open fires and heated water on a big cooker called a range. Most Victorian houses had a fireplace in every room.
The ornate spindles and knobs found on so many Victorian-era houses, especially Queen Anne homes, were inspired by the decorative furniture of English designer Charles Eastlake (1836-1906). When we call a house Eastlake, we're usually describing the intricate, fancy detailing that can be found on any number of Victorian styles.
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The Victorian Home Walk is a private tour company that offers a daily, 2.5-hour tour that includes transportation from Union Square and a visit inside a Victorian home. San Francisco City Guides offers two free walking tours of the Victorian houses (donation appreciated). Occasionally, this tour takes you inside a beautifully-restored Victorian