Abandoned Victorian glass house (how sad to see something this beautiful abandoned. Would love to know the story behind the abandonment.)

Abandoned Victorian glass house (how sad to see something this beautiful abandoned. Would love to know the story behind the abandonment.)

Telegraph Hill, SE14, London, Home Extensions, Side Return Extension, Kitchen Extension, Ground Floor Flat Extension, Sliding Doors, Kitchen, Rear Extension, Roof-lights, Pitched Roof, Side Return Ideas, Kitchen Extension Ideas, Dining Area Ideas, Living Area Ideas, Open Plan Living, Colour Pop, Kitchen Design, Wood Floor, White Worktop, Contemporary Kitchen, Kitchen Inspiration, Kitchen Island, White Kitchen, Green Pendant Lighting, Colour Pop, Wallpaper

Telegraph Hill, SE14, London, Home Extensions, Side Return Extension, Kitchen Extension, Ground Floor Flat Extension, Sliding Doors, Kitchen, Rear Extension, Roof-lights, Pitched Roof, Side Return Ideas, Kitchen Extension Ideas, Dining Area Ideas, Living Area Ideas, Open Plan Living, Colour Pop, Kitchen Design, Wood Floor, White Worktop, Contemporary Kitchen, Kitchen Inspiration, Kitchen Island, White Kitchen, Green Pendant Lighting, Colour Pop, Wallpaper

A great project to use wooden offcuts, old hooks and some shelf brackets. I'd make the shelf with a surround so I could store more things in it and not worry about it rolling or falling off plus it hides some of the contents for a cleaner, more organised look

Reclaimed Wood Victorian Coat Hook Shelf

A great project to use wooden offcuts, old hooks and some shelf brackets. I'd make the shelf with a surround so I could store more things in it and not worry about it rolling or falling off plus it hides some of the contents for a cleaner, more organised look

"From the1860s geometric and encaustic tiled floors started to appear in public buildings, churches and the more expensive Victorian villas. Their rise to fashion was assured by their use in such prestigious buildings as the Victoria and Albert Museum, and by the 1890s they had become an essential feature in the most ordinary Victorian terraced houses from Dover to Aberdeen."

"From the1860s geometric and encaustic tiled floors started to appear in public buildings, churches and the more expensive Victorian villas. Their rise to fashion was assured by their use in such prestigious buildings as the Victoria and Albert Museum, and by the 1890s they had become an essential feature in the most ordinary Victorian terraced houses from Dover to Aberdeen."

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