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How to use a Victorian edge

Victorian houses vary from flat to elegant and are attractive to those who enjoy style. Any modern house with a gable roof can be transformed into a Victorian house. The most difficult problem for an owner is to decide the style and amount of edge. It’s a good idea to plan the redevelopment of the edge to create a finished look that is cohesive and appropriate scale for the size of your house. Once you have a plane defined, add the border will be a pleasant transformation.

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Visit the library and look for one or more books of architectural interior and exterior. Look carefully at the pages and mark the houses that are similar in form to your home and those edges design you want. Photocopy these images to use as references.

Measure the outside of your house and transfer the measurements to graph paper of a quarter inch (0.6 cm). Draw a plan of the perimeter of your house and the park depicting how is your house today. Includes windows, doors, porches, steps, pathways, entrances, parks, fences, sheds, fountains, etc..

Draw the elevations of your home. Measure and draw what you see at home. Repeat this for each side. Pretend that there is only the house without the park.

Examine each room of your house. Lists entries and their sizes, openings between the rooms and windows. Lists the existing edges of the house, its size and type as well as where they are located.

Pregnant front elevation of your house on a table. Pregnant a sheet of graph paper on the rise. Usually the front of the house indicates the style of the rest. Use your research and start sketching your home with the edge. Draw several different versions with edges to see how changes in each. Select your preferred sketch.

Pregnant each side and rear elevation around and adds the selected edge to each window, door, entrance, porch, and each faction skirt. You will see that this is easy once you select the edges you want to use. Place the new flat lift the side.

Get new edges with different eyes. Victorian interior edges are similar to the exterior. They range from flat to very elegant. Look outside your selection. Evaluate how flat and sleek are your selections compared to what you can use. Selecting the same plane or level of elegance to the inner edges of the package.

Use images to inform research on inner edges options and location. Choose a base plate that is at least four inches (10 cm) high. This should be flat to a flat edge and should have curves for a stylish edge. Selects an edge to the side of the door that is at least 3 inches wide (7.5 cm). At the option of straight wood flatter and the elegant curves could have. The upper edge through the door may be made ​​from one to five pieces of wood. It’s a good idea to sample and sort wood edges to determine the configuration that you like. The upper edge of the hall should be at least five inches (12 cm) high and should extend beyond the lateral edges by not more than one inch (2.5 cm) Gaming very long or heavy edges.

Weapon edge mold and label each piece. The windows, doors and openings in the bedrooms use the same game. The windows add a sill and apron. Framed openings add a front edge. Base plates should be the same throughout the house. The ceilings crowns can have molds from drawings to elegant. Weapon a sample and label each piece. The molds of the plates, the edges for chairs, the molds for the panels, the edge of the hearth, molds stairs and other special molds should be selected in the same way. Create a sample when you have made your selection. This will place the edges is rather simple, as these should be consistent throughout the house.