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Victorian Photos of a Porch Remodel

Victorian photos of a porch remodeling project are the best way to show how to add curb appeal and make an inviting porch. Victorian style houses are truly works of art.

Victorian porch remodel



The first time Dee saw her home, the porch was falling down and the stucco exterior was the ugliest "swimming pool green" she have ever seen (the inside was straight out of the 50's). But she fell in love with it anyway." It had so much character, which you cannot often find with new construction.

Take a look at these "before" pictures:

Victorian porch needing repairs

More rehab needed

Victorain House Photo-Before Rehab



Dee says: "My husband began the demolition of the inside of the house and did most of the carpentry work himself (self-taught), so by the time we were ready to start work on the outside he was totally burnt out."

So they hired the best carpenters who basically restored all of the gingerbread on the outside of the house, but the porch was so far gone that they had to re-build from scratch (except for the roof line).

The After Victorian Photos

Victorian porch















Dee continues: "It was so much fun picking out the gingerbread and the chandelier and of course the wicker furniture and decorating it with flowers. My mother-in-law has a big part in that. We both love gardening!"


Finished Victorian Porch Rehab


Dee states: "We waited such a long time to enjoy, what we call, our big farmer's porch. It really is so cozy, especially having our coffee out there on a summer morning. The mail woman says she can't wait to see it decorated for Christmas!"

Notice Dee's wicker porch furniture, which is typical Victorian furniture for a beautiful porch!


We thank Dee for the wonderful before and after Victorian photos - it's a beautiful porch and we too, can't wait to see it decorated for Christmas!






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