DIY the Style: Projects Inspired by Roger & Chris' Bold, Eclectic Victorian

DIY the Style: Projects Inspired by Roger & Chris' Bold, Eclectic Victorian

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Dabney Frake
Jan 23, 2016
(Image credit: Adrienne Breaux)

Roger and Chris’ Victorian home combines a laid-back, eclectic look with the great architectural bones of an 160-year-old Italianate home. Their space is a bold and modern mix that’s tempting to emulate. Here’s how to DIY the look of their kitchen in your own home.

1. Wooden Countertops

Sarah Sherman Samuel and her husband chose IKEA countertops for their vacation home’s kitchen, and show you the process of cutting and installing the surface. Wood adds warmth to the room, and is an inexpensive material to work with.

2. Black & White Linoleum Tile Floor

A Beautiful Mess made a patterned floor using vinyl tiles, which you can lay out in a variety of ways. You can do traditional alternating squares but their triangular design is graphic and modern.

3. Cafe Curtains

Simple Stylings shows you how to measure for, then make your own custom kitchen curtains….even if you don’t have a sewing machine. This is a super simple project that adds pattern and color to your windows.

To see more of this living room, and the rest of the space, check out the rest of Roger & Chris' Bold, Eclectic & Vivacious 160-Year-Old Victorian.

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