Maintaining the curb appeal of Victorian/Queen Anne architecture can be costly. A home's exterior is typically made up of at least three colors, and peeling and chipping paint can be the kiss of death. These homes set the bar high, but are sure to inspire.
The Victorian age was a period of contrasts. Natural shades of sand, stone, slate and earth were often used with the darker tones highlighting windows and exterior ornaments. These are from the Sherwin-Williams Victorian Preservation Palette.
By Holly Aguirre
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