Just a little bit of lace, a tassel here and there, and you have the start of a lovely Victorian home.  Here are some great resourses for Victorian furnishings and some ideas for decorating on a shoestring.
Victorian Replicas Beautiful reproduction vintage furniture.
Sweet Necessi-Teas All things tea.
Ornamentz Hand made beaded Christmas Ornaments
Enchanted Treasures Beautiful vintage decor.
King's Chandelier  Beautiful chandeliers for your home
Notting Hill Hardware Reproduction hardware
Shabby Rose Cottage  Furniture and accents.
Cinder Whit & Company  Wood turnings for porches & stairs
Cumberland Woodcraft Gingerbread & millwork
The Lamp Shop Lamp supplies
Amazon Drygoods Window treatment patterns
Vintage Woodworks  Gingerbread, screen/storm doors
Alabama Shade Shop Custom made window shades
Good Time Stove Co.  Restorved vintage stoves
Chelsea Decorative Metal Co. Tin ceilings

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Creating The Look That
Says Victorian
A resource page with decoratoring tips
Here is a few little suggestions that will help turn your home into a Victorian delight:

Have an ottoman or footstool? ~  Buy some lovely fringe in the upholstery department and attach it to your ottoman. 

Throw on a rug or two ~  In Victorian days the wealthy carpeted with oriental rugs.  It can be very inexpensive to reproduce that look!  Also layer rugs, adding a small throw rug under a fancy long legged table or in front of a fireplace.

Display your collectables ~ Use a corner cupboard, etegere or set of wall shelves to house a special collection.  Create tabletop vignettes with framed pictures, vaces, small odds and ends, and treasures of all kinds.,

Tassels ~  Hang a big tassel on a door knob, furniture pull, or tie one on a chair back.  Don't forget to use them for ceiling fan pulls, tiebacks on lace curtains, hang one from your lamp.

Door knobs ~  Replace some door knobs with reproduction or authentic glass knobs.

Fancy work ~  The Victorians spent hours doing needlepoint and embroidery.  Frame a snippet of fancywork for your tabletop or wall.

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