VICTORIAN ERA MOULDINGS
Victorian architecture is an assemblage of previous styles composed to form an elegant masterpiece. It refers to an era, and not a particular style. Originating in England, the Victorian style was popularized during the reign of Queen Victoria from 1837 to 1901. This marked the transformation as advancements in new construction techniques and machinery granted builders the opportunity to design and create more complicated homes.
In the United States, you will find regions of cities or entire towns filled with Victorian-style homes such as seen in the neighborhoods of San Francisco and on the island of Martha’s Vineyard. It is easy to spot a Victorian, as both the exterior and interior are ornamental and frilly. The selection of mounding profiles leads to eclectic combinations which create extravagant arrangements that go above and beyond in every room. Victorian-style homes are filled with decorative details to create an impressive display of craftsmanship.