Victorian Slum Housing Condition

May 7th

Victorian slum housing – There are many essentials that go into creating the front of a house, and make the necessary choices is the way to adapt a home. From the front door, porch and walkway leading up to it, affects every decision the look of the front of a home. Fully developed, can add the finishing touch.

Victorian Slum Housing Terrace
Victorian Slum Housing Terrace

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Choose a front door that gives a feeling that you want and coordinates with the rest of the Victorian slum housing. Decide if you want your door to be rustic or formal, square all four sides or rounded at the top. Examine your lifestyle and decide if you want a porch, which can add living space and value to your home.

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Choose the style of columns you want to support the roof. Columns can add dramatic visual impact to the front of your Victorian slum housing. Choose from simple Doric columns where the axis of the column sits directly on the floor; Ionic columns are slender and graceful with a top that resembles a ram horn; or Corinthian columns, decorative with a series of leaves in the top. Accent walkway, porch and other parts of the front of the house with landscaping. Plant a border along the sides of the walkway and the side of the porch can raise the front of the house.