The Victorian Society campaigns to preserve architecture built between 1837 and 1914, and so includes Edwardian as well as Victorian architecture within its remit.
- Colour: lighter colours were used; the use of gas and later electric lights caused designers to be less concerned about the need to disguise soot buildup on walls compared to Victorian era architecture.
- Patterns: "Decorative patterns were less complex; both wallpaper and curtain designs were more plain."
- Clutter: "There was less clutter than in the Victorian era. Ornaments were perhaps grouped rather than everywhere."
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- "What we do". The Victorian Society. Retrieved 2016-10-25.
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