Victorian colors schemes

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This slide show was created to help interior design students with an assignment on the Victorian era. It contains details and samples of the colors used during this period. Some mood boards have also been included as an example of how students can present assignments on this topic.

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Victorian colors schemes

  1. 1. The<br />Victorians<br />Loved<br />Color<br />
  2. 2. The Victorian Era<br />Named after Queen Victoria 1831 -1901 <br />
  3. 3. This slide show will illustrate <br />some colors from the different <br />Victorian Eras <br />
  4. 4. Please note the colors <br />may vary on your <br />computer screen<br />
  5. 5. 3 Victorian Eras In Australia <br />Early Victorian Gothic Style <br />From 1840s <br />Mid Victorian Italianate Style <br />From 1850s <br />Late Victorian Boom Style <br />From 1870s – 1890s <br />
  6. 6. The regional city where I live <br />has many Victorian <br />style buildings<br />Different regions often used different colors<br />
  7. 7. Eau de Nil<br />Some Early <br />Victorian<br />Middle Bronze Green <br />Verdigris Green<br />Colors<br />Mid Brunswick Green <br />Pale Cream<br />Royal Maroon<br />Manilla<br />Light Beige<br />Crimson<br />Mid Brunswick Green<br />Deep Brunswick Green <br />Biscuit <br />Beige<br />Maroon<br />Deep Bronze Green <br />Light Stone<br />Salmon Pink<br />Middle Brown<br /> From Australian Standard 2700/1996 Based on British Standards <br />
  8. 8. Color Board Created On www.sampleboard.com <br />
  9. 9. Color Board Created On www.sampleboard.com <br />
  10. 10. Many have the impression Victorian interiors were dark dreary and dull<br />This was not always so <br />
  11. 11. Mid VictorianColors<br />From Australian Standard 2700/1996 Based on British Standards <br />Biscuit <br />Light Admiral Grey<br />Sky<br />Eau de Nil<br />Pale Cream<br />Manilla<br />Golden Brown<br />Sky Blue<br />Beige<br />Pink Beige<br />Middle Brown<br />Dark Admiral Grey<br />Light Buff<br />Salmon Pink<br />Crimson<br />Deep Bronze Green<br />
  12. 12. Color Board Created On www.sampleboard.com <br />
  13. 13. Color Board Created On www.sampleboard.com <br />
  14. 14. Wonderful new colors were developed and became the rage colors like Fuchsinin France and Magenta in England<br />Wonderful violets and greens became popular during this period <br />
  15. 15. LateVictorianColors<br />Light Violet<br />From Australian Standard 2700/1996 Based on British Standards <br />Fuchsia/Magenta<br />Ruby<br />Cyclamen<br />Pink Beige<br />Crimson<br />Dark Violet<br />Telmagenta<br />Manilla<br />Venetian Red<br />Silver<br />Verdigris Green<br />Pale Cream<br />Light Brunswick Green<br />Light Stone<br />Royal Maroon<br />Sky Blue<br />Bottle Green<br />Light Buff<br />Maroon<br />French Grey<br />
  16. 16. Color Board Created On www.sampleboard.com <br />
  17. 17. Color Board Created On www.sampleboard.com <br />

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