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Yo Momma is so Victorian she has to dust single room for whole week until all nick nacks are clean edition.

Previous glorious thread that reached image limit three days before one year anniversary >>10756184
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I really love little personable lamps and think they're such a cute addition to any lolita or lolita adjacent room. So many people only have the basic overhead lighting and I feel it's such a shame.
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If one is into 3D retro wallpapers both 2 major Victorian era embossed paintable wallpapers producers are still around and have some old Victorian patterns in offer

Lincrusta - expensive as fuck but still the most durable wallpaper on the market - it hardens over time and after 2 years from production it's as hard as wooden paneling. It's made out of wooden flour, and some gel with linseed oil. You have seen it in most bourgeois Victorian apartments in the Europe and in the US. Featured extensively at walls and ceilings of Winchester "Mystery" House, Rockefeller Mansion, numerous French residences, British houses, Buckingham Palace, bars, pubs, restaurants. Also used at ships - it was used on Titanic for 1st class rooms. Cheaper alternative for plastering large areas. After painting and hardening it gains leathery look. Invented in 1877 by a dude who brought us Linoleum. That wall covering is rumored to save structural integrity of numerous buildings in London during Blitz bombings of WW2. Was used in bathrooms and hospitals too. Environmentally friendly (unless you paint it with some harmful stuff). It's creamy white, you have to paint it yourself. It's the most "3D" wallpaper around and allows very thick and detailed patterns.

Anaglypta - few times cheaper embossed paper-cotton wallpaper, paintable. Invented by dude who was a partner of dude that invented Lincrusta. Also seen in numerous Victorian mansions of both continents.

If you have seen any 19th century building owned by rich fucks and built or redecorated post 1877 you most likely seen at least one of these wallpapers. Seeing both used at the same time was also common.
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>>10855588
Looks cool as fuck combined with wood panneling
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>>10855589
And here photo form one of old houses in Boston where it was painted to look like wood.
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I've been super into making filet lace decor lately, it's so relaxing and dainty. Just find a b&w grid pattern and do 4 triple crochet per black square and for the white squares you chain 3 and then triple crochet 3 stitches away from the first.
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Crochet napkins were all the rage in Victorian home decor too.
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Wow this is stunning, probably too expensive to realistically do in my own home but absolutely fantastic.
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If you like dado panels - cheaper but much softer Anaglypta also have them in offer. Nowadays Anaglypta dado is made out of vinyl. Picrel is almost 9 times cheaper per meter.
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And "regular" patterns like used at the bottom of picrel are even cheaper.
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>this thread
pretty much this:
https://is2.4chan.org/cgl/1687527138565442.webm
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Yay, Anaglypta on ceiling looks dank
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People over youtube often ruin nice already properly dark looking dark wood furniture by painting it all black in the cheapest way. The effect is mostly... well... yes, cheap as fuck.

Well, if your goal is to have expensivish dark wood furniture turned to cheap looking one – great success!

If you can't live without painting stuff your but want to avoid it looking like a primary schooler repainting ancient fresco with poster paint at least make an effort to buy or rent (yes, it's possible) proper equipment. Or just outsource whole work to person that understands wtf must be done.

For example this video presents process done with pretty much acceptable result https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MtsaQzSUDIE

Tho think twice before turning dark wood into black especially if you are an instawhore as all other instawhores already have rooms full of crappy paint jobs done on furniture. So having dark wood instead of black actually makes you stand out. You like attention, don't you?
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>>10869915
Watching someone paint dark wood black with cheap paint is just so depressing. There are so many DIY channels that completely fuck up beautiful antiques for a shitty cheap ass looking aesthetic, painting over with white and scraping it, undoing beautiful laminate etc. Don't be them, gulls.
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Yes, in case of items in good condition it's painful. I can kinda understand if someone does it with stuff from the '70s or never (there are still few companies that makes vintage style furniture even in Europe as far as I'm aware) in rough shape but only if it's stripped properly before painting. Painting over existing coat of lacquer is not gonna stick for long and would start chipping off quickly. Anything older is a crime in my eyes. In case of older furniture they often have finish that is natural like shellac finish or wax and you can strip old finish in some cases without any need for sandpaper and the reapply fresh layers. Holes in furniture can be filled with wood fillers. You can use them to even reconstruct missing fragments.

If you cannot live without black furniture - there are shellac finishes that are very close to black - they could give you mirror shine "french finish" if you are patient.

https://fineart-restoration.co.uk/news/traditional-furniture-finishes-historically-accurate-polish-wax-and-stains/

https://www.conservation-design.com/shellac
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Why is this thead sliding down to last page when old thread has no more new posts and remains in the middle despit no activity?
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>>10855736
looks a bit brothel but I like it
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>>10875569
Well, "brothel look" was Victorian look after all
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>>10875570
red and black victorian in particular, other colours nit so much. every brothel ive seen except for the ones running out of chinese houses is red
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WTF is this thread at page 8 while old thread is at page 2? This one gets much more recent replies.
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Is there any Western brand that makes stuff similar to romapri's style? Where it's frilly and girly but in a more mature way and with better quality/craftsmanship than the cheap sanrio merch hoarder type rooms you usually see with super cutesy decor.
I would really like to find a Western brand since it's a bit troublesome to ship furniture internationally and also they don't have much stuff for queen size beds
pic is from here: https://www.romapri.com/f/interior/interior_coordinate46
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another pic, basically just looking for sweet cute stuff that's actually real decent furniture and not just plastic aliexpress kawaii junk. prioritizing bed-related items
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>>10879874
i tried getting something like this from loveshackfancy - i believe it was pottery barn teen that sells it, but it was so see-through, I could see the stitching on my mattress and pillows through it. i ended up getting normie bedding in a sage green instead. maybe it's not a concern for you, in which case the other concern may be the price.
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i never found any good western stores so i gave in and bought romapri and had it shipped over. it cost a ton and some furniture arrived broken so i wouldn't recommend it. taobao actually has furniture like this though that looks pretty nice but you'd have to send it to get fumigated for bed bugs if you're paranoid.
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You mean furniture?

Look for used (coz few times cheaper than new)

French provencal style (typically white finishes but can also find natural wood)
Italian "retro" furniture (tho they are mostly naked or dark wood color)

You can also find local producers in many central European countries that have close in style designs or can manufacture furnitures for you. But don't expect IKEA prices. Especially if you want something better than MDF as material.

Some sample "frenchy" MDF furnitures from Poland https://www.bemondi.pl/product-witryna-2-drzwiowa-la-perle-916-2-101.html


As for stuff made out of fabric I belive there is market of used vinatge/luxury duvet covers etc. but I never looked into it myself. You can also order stuff from seamstress etc.
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Another collection from other Polish shop https://www.patiomeble.eu/pl/series/dijon-518.html

style is "French Provencal" tho to get whole set even for small studio you would have to pay like around 2 thousands Euros.or more. Cheapest chair in this set is ~227 Euro.
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>>10883073
And here some Polish shop selling new solid wood French Provencal style stuff
https://meble-prowansalskie.pl/meble-w-stylu-prowansalskim/

Prices not for faint hearthed tho.

Positive side is they are likely going to stand for decades with only need to refresh the finish once in a while.

Some of their beds look reasonable priced tho
https://meble-prowansalskie.pl/lozka-do-sypialni/

They even have mahogany beds for under 2k Euro. More ornamented one is for ~3k which is not bad price. Just look at this dark beauty https://meble-prowansalskie.pl/produkt/lozko-bml25482/

No idea if there are any interesting producers in for example France, but they are most likely be much more pricy than Polish producers. For sure I know that Italian producers are expensive as fuck in regard to new items. Tho there is a lot of their used stuff in many antique shops. I found once a seller in Poland having whole damn huge storehouse full of Italian retro style furniture made back in the '70s and '80s. Stuff was in excelent condition.
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As for the UK quick lookup brought me to this shop https://akdfurniture.co.uk/
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>>10879947
I had the same experience with their sheets. The material feels like actual tarp. I had sheets from their Emily + Merritt collection a while back and they were really nice so I wonder what the hell happened.
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>>10883094
also had some really nice emily + merritt comfortable + sheets in like 2013, so that's a shame. ime, loveshackfancy is kind of losing their quality because they're putting out so many collabs (target, gap, perfume, etc), so that might be why the pottery barn collab sucked. pottery barn teen still has some decent furniture, though, in this style if you look around.
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ALSO don't be afraid to look at pb kids as well, just pay attention to the sizing of furniture.
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I’m pretty happy with how my attic room is coming along except for the white panelled ceiling. It’s a low ceiling so it’s visible in coord pics I take in there, and it’s just an eyesore in general. What can I do to make it more congruous with the rest of the (late Victorian themed) room, without making it inaccessible for idk technical stuff? There’s also a chance I’ll end up moving to a different room in a few years so something impermanent or relatively neutral would be best. I was thinking of some kind of draped fabric, but wouldn’t that get really dusty really fast? Plus it would be awkward to install around the lamp.

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People ”upcycling” beautiful old wooden furniture by painting over it is a huge pet peeve of mine. Mostly I see people painting it grey or pastel colours, but black sounds horrible too. Sometimes they remove or cover up the decorative woodwork to “modernise” it as well. If you want plastic IKEA looking shit then why ruin perfectly good vintage furniture when you can easily find secondhand plastic IKEA shit? It would probably be cheaper, too!
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>>10887049
Depends what kind of paneling it is. If it's office space grade drop ceiling - ouch.

I was instantly thinking about fabric. You can minimize dust by using an air purifier and vacuuming daily. Alternatively make some contraption used only while taking photos you can fold and cover in plastic sheet protecting it from dust.

Calling IKEA stuff plastic is a nobilitation for IKEA. I have seen their kitchen set that had bulged surfaces of doors after a year of standing in a kitchen). Kitchen furniture that can't stand a year of typical kitchen moisture...
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Look up antique foam ceiling tiles on amazon. I've used them & painted them with latex paint from the hardware store.
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>>10887049
>People ”upcycling” beautiful old wooden furniture by painting over it is a huge pet peeve of mine.

I hate this too. Their excuse is always either "at least this way it will be used" or "it was damaged". If I am not mistaken you can sand and refinish furniture that has scratches. I hate the white chalky paint the "upcyclers" use. Screw em, I hope their pillow will always be warm no matter how many times they turn it.
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>>10890432
has anyone ever had success sanding this chalky paint off and re-finishing the piece?
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>>10890452
I've seen some on youtube, people saving previously "upcycled" furniture. Sadly it isn't always possible.
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>>10890454
i have some in storage i got hoping i could remove the paint and still save the designs on it. pray for me anon
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>>10890452
use citrustrip/another paint stripper first if possible, then after using that you can go in with a sander.
a lot of people who "fix" furniture by painting it awful flat colors are not knowledgeable about correct paint application so it often isn't prepped correctly and comes right off
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while i think things like shabby chic are cringe, the entitlement itt is cringe. people don't need to justify "ruining" furniture, they own it. if you wanted to preserve it so badly you should have bought it first.
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>>10890512
It's the same feeling I get when I see a beautiful historic building demolished and replaced by a soulless concrete box I'm sorry I didn't have the spare cash around to buy a whole building, or all of the antique furniture. A lot of people who do upcycling have businesses. They sometimes get first pick of what comes to secondhand shops/thrift stores, and then buy lots of furniture, so it never reaches the thrift store show room where we can see and buy it, then they upcycle it and sell it for a huge markup.
Also people will do this to the furniture they get handed down, instead of selling it or giving it to a thrift store as is.
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>>10890525
>I'm sorry I didn't have the spare cash around to buy a whole building, or all of the antique furniture.
the point is that it's entitlement to bitch about what people with money do simply because you'd do something different with it. it would be equally entitled if upcyclers thought the same thing. are you also butthurt that people recycle old furniture that you happen to like? it's just childish as fuck.
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>>10890543
it's sad to see beauty lost. if you want to label that as entitlement and childishness so be it.
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>>10890543
You sound like you upcycle antiques.
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>>10890564
i said it was cringe but okay. the lolita community has too much of this "things i like are community property" mindset and it's fucking stupid. it reeks of bitter entitlement. people get it in their head that if SHE didn't buy it I would have, when that's never the case. even though it's shit, basic bitches like it enough to keep buying it for their ugly themed vacation homes so deal with it or get money.
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>>10890575

I make sure to buy everything on my wishlist when it comes to lolita, and it's a lot cheaper and easier to buy rare brand than it is to find certain pieces of antique furniture. Lolitas tend to take good care of their pieces and are much more likely to sell it than toss it in the bin. At least it gets circulated inside lolita spaces then, even if it goes for more than 1000$. At least I have the opportunity to buy it. Antique furniture is much more likely than rare lolita pieces to fall into the hands of people who don't know its value and don't appreciate it as is. It might get upcycled, it might be burned, it might be tossed into recycling or a landfill, if lucky it might end up in the hands of an antique dealer or a thrift store out of upcycler's hands.
I still feel sad when someone damages an extremely rare dress or decides to dye it. I know they own it and can do whatever they want to it, but that's not the point. I would feel much better if they took good care of it and wore it for a long time, at least then it's appreciated as is.
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>>10890543
>'the point is that it's entitlement to bitch about what people with money do simply because you'd do something different with it.'

>do something different
>not fucking ruin it
stop ruining antiques for your shitty fleeting fads
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It looks like it's a good time to get used vintage stuff outta ebay

My personal recomendations for decor in dank spooky victorianish style:

"wrough candelabra"
"wrough sconce" (many really nice items)
"wrough candelabra floor"
"wrough furniture"
"wrough cage"
"wrough plant stand"
"wrough iron furniture"

same with "brass" instead of "wrough iron"

Some nice basic stuff costs around 20 USD, more elaborate sets of tall neogothic candelabra would be of course much more expensive. But you are paying for something literally indestructible under normal conditions. Heck some of this stuff might be used as weapon in battle.

If you are a fan of vintage looking wicker furniture as seen in 1960s Addams Family TV series:

"wicker tiki furniture"

It may help a lot if you are in possession of lighter toned wooden furniture and want to introduce more "unusual feel". They also could look very harmonic (to surprise of many) with simple basic geometric shapes of IKEA style furniture even in white color when you choose them carefully.
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>>10895360
>wrough
wrought?
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>>10895361
yes, sorry for my engrish it's late and I'm non native speaker if that's any excuse. LOL
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>>10895363
all good, I was thinking maybe you are finding all the secret best deals because nobody else is searching for the misspelled version of the keyword
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>>10895364
I think these items are out of fashion right now mostly so unless they are some extra collectible and elaborate 19th century stuff 20+ USD for smaller items and ~120 USD for larger look very reasonable even in my Europoor eyes. I think they entered mainstream fashion somewhere in the 60s and end of their popularity was around eraly-mid '80s. Among goths they were still popular in the '90s and into the '00s.

Wrought iron finish can be restored in numerous ways if it's scratched/rusty
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>>10895364
NTA but I’ve gotten some amazing deals on auction sites because the seller made weird typos in the title or tags and other people presumably weren’t able to find the listings. I actually felt a little guilty about some of them but hey, that’s why you need to proofread before uploading (and not let your cat walk over the keyboard).
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>>10895360
Also "Spanish revival" would yield many results with wrought iron aesthetics
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>>10895360
I'm intrigued by the prominence of the peacock chair in the Addams Family set given that nowadays it's associated with a completely different aesthetic
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They had many "exotic" items in their house like Polynesian and African art pieces. The point that decoration crew had in mind was probably to give a nod to broad set of relatives and family background created for that TV series' lore. In this edition Gomez is an investor and owner of some sort of plantation neighboring by some cannibal tribe if memory serves me well. Some of that approach toward decor was also used in 1990s New Addams Family TV series. But they went much more toward stereotypical old victorian decor with much much lesser presence of any "exotic"elements.

Also such decor was very much eccentric in early 1960s and made it to western decor trough that decade mostly in counter culture circles as it were times of hippies and growth of interest in occult and non western mysticism. Were non typical for average white christian American family. That decor looks totally different in our modern eyes than it looked back then. There was some more interest and also certainly more fear toward "the outside world" (non USA).

Addams family was created back in 1930s and it's humor and satire was very much rooted in culture of 1930s America, that culture been evolving and was different by the 1960s. Just like nowadays early '90s movie adaptations were set in reality that differs from modern. When they were made Satanic Panic was still roaring in many places of the world and dressing all black was a good enough reason to send you for psychiatric evaluation by your parents. Wicca was used for shock value in mainstream TV series too.
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>>10895978
Victorian style is inherently very eclectic and busy. It has nothing to do with their families.
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>>10896000
Not families but family. And decor of 1960s does have a lot to family story of Addams. You would know that if you ever watched that serie.
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>>10851320
there is not a single closet I can use to do autistic stuff like this and it drives me nuts.
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>>10896117
Do what and what is the role of cabinet in it?
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Source: Polish kerosene oil lamps producer http://www.galician.pl/
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Freaking cool chandelier
https://wyroby-kute.pl/swieczniki-kute-retro-vintage/2466-du%C5%BCy-%C5%9Bwiecznik-kuty-stoj%C4%85cy-130cm-wk25.html
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Cringy dialogues BTW. I would answer "No I just broke in, I think some weirdo owns this apartment" to the 1st question
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jc2_CyoMHzg
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I'm obsessed with the witchy look of having herbs and flowers hanging from the ceiling, don't know if I could ever do it myself though
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These are modern pewter items that contain no lead. Older pieces may contain lead. Especially very old ones.
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To complete victorianesque stuff that rarely is being disputed in this threads let's mention crystal glass - preferably lead free variant so we don't give ourselves addition brain damage on top of the one we get from browsing 4chan. Photo is an example of lead free glass.

What's wrong with leaded crystal? It's leaching lead to stuff stored in stuff made from it starting within literal minutes if stuff has certain pH. So storing your spirits in vintage or even modern leaded crystal decanters is a big no no. Unless you hate your organism of course. Storing vinegar in leaded decanters is an outright lead poisoning wish.
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BTW, this is Moser. Don't ask for price, you don't want to know xD
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>>10904340
Cool story bro. Triggering likes of you is a part of fun of this style.
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>>10904340
Do you have some good decor pics yourself? I don´t like the overly fancy or cluttered old rooms either although there are some interesting ideas like diy wall panels.
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Just put less items inside.LOL

Like many Hollywood and British movies did. They barely ever made close to how real interiors looked back in that era up until pretty recently.

Yes, they are pretty busy by modern standards but by Victorian era they are almost empty. And by standards I mean what we see in actual photos from back then. Modern arrangements even inside historic buildings like mansions etc are also much less "intense" as many interior furniture, decor items etc get sold/lost/destroyed/relocated to museums over the time.

As for paneling you can DIY it from MDF elements or just put molding frames and paint them different color. That would be a low cost solution with still the look and feel of the era.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8yDURK0SE8
Video with many helpful terms if you want to put together elements used back then.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Fju9d3YtVA



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