You’ll fall in love with this home even if this is not your style. I’ll tell you this, there’s nothing boring about this place! I see houses and interiors every single day and I can get bored easily with what I see. To get my full attention I need to feel the place has real personality and has something fun about it. It has to be original and have a charm that we don’t find everywhere. This house is just like that! The moment I saw it, I knew this one was special.
This house was stunningly decorated by interior designer Lynne Scalo, who had to have fun while creating it. I especially love the fact that she incorporated the owner’s personality around the house and took the time to carefully choose every single item in this beautiful home.
Lynne Scalo has more than a decade of Interior design experience. Her sophisticated yet functional design aesthetic reflects her ability to seamlessly blend modern glamour with classic elegance, transcending both staid traditionalism and faddish trends instilling timelessness to all her projects.
I see this porch and I smile! All of these colours and that purple ceiling makes me happy. You have to be a fun person to do this to your porch!
Spaces in this house are a mix of neutral and colourful. I love it because you can’t get tired of either. This foyer is very elegant.
The mix of different eras of decor are wisely explored here. They work well together because all look neutral and well selected.
Chic and glamorous, but at the same time very inviting. The damask royal blue wallpaper and the chandelier brings some luxury to this room.
Light, bright and beautiful. Not a common kitchen for a Victorian home.
So pretty and so serene! My kids would have fun with spaghetti sauce on those chairs!
There’s something so sensual about blue velvet. Simply stunning headboard. Now, what do you think of this “grass” chair? Isn’t it unique?
So delicate and beautiful. So much charm and an impeccable garden.
Victorian houses follow a wide range of architectural styles. Starting from the early classicism from Regency architecture, the Italianate style and Gothic Revival style . Victorian houses are also found in many former where the style might be adapted to local building materials or customs, for example in Sydney, Australia and Melaka, Malaysia.
Do you’ll fall in love with this home even if this is not your style?