Sunday, April 29, 2012

A Queen Anne Victorian in NY


These are the beautiful rooms of Xenia (pronounced "Sane-ya") of the blog Collar City Brownstone. Xenia's blog chronicles the restoration of her Queen Anne Victorian Home in Troy, New York. I was blown away by how massive and beautiful this home is when I first laid eyes on it.  I wanted to be sure you had a chance to visit Xenia's blog, and to get a glimpse of her wonderful style and this impressive space for yourself! You just won't believe it. . . .










































Troy, New York
I hope you'll stop by and say hello to Xenia at her blog
Happy Browsing!

Jacqueline




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25 comments:

Blondie's Journal said...

Gorgeous! I LOVE all the space! Thanks so much for sharing, I will have to check out the blog!

XO,
Jane

Anne said...

What beautiful photos.Yes I will stop by her blog.Thank you for sharing.
Anne

pembrokeshire lass said...

I only can say 'WOW' Joan

Faded Charm said...

Simply stunning photos!! Love how spacious all her rooms are. I'll have to go check out her blog.

Thanks for sharing herwith us:-)

Enjoy your week.
Kathleen

DREAMS ON 34th STREET ~ French Bread & Family said...

I love the non contrived style mixed with the stacking and categorizing! So many bits of lovely tucked here and there. The beautiful doors all hold flowers...pure sweetness! Dreamy. Thank you for sharing!
~Lynne
w/L.

Rowan said...

What wonderful light airy spaces. I love the outside of those Brownstones too - they're a type of house that I always associate with Nero Wolfe the private detective in the books by Rex Stout. Probably well before your time:)

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Gulp.

Um, WOW!!!!!!

Thanks for sharing this, Jacqueline - it is absolutely stunning!

Judy at GoldCountryCottage said...

Jacqueline: Thanks for sharing this. What a grand space. I will check out her blog to read more..Thanks for sharing..Happy Sunday..Judy

Vickie @ Ranger 911 said...

Oh, that space is amazing!!! Thanks for the link!

Bella said...

Hi J
What a great space! Thanks for the lovely share, I am off to visit and look around...
Hugs...
Bella

Bente said...

Beautiful. I have to visit.

Hugs

All Things Chic 2 said...

Great post, love to get my hands on some of the bedding in that old wardrobe...Thanks for sharing...Come by my world sometime...Blessings Lori

Art and Sand said...

Oh. my! What a lovely space Xenia has and how beautifully she has decorated. I love the simplicity.

Thanks for steering me there.

The Polka Dot Closet said...

Oh, that was so much fun!! What a house, those ceilings and of course the way she has decorated, thank you soooo much for sharing

Carol

jeanetteann said...

I enjoyed the tour. It is a stunning home. Love the outside a lot too. xx

Olga said...

What a gorgeous home!

blossoms vintage chic said...

Beautiful home and gorgeous post!
Thank you so much for sharing such a beautiful blog!
Wishing you a lovely week!
xx
Debbie

ImSoVintage said...

What gorgeous spaces. Thanks so much for sharing them with us.
xo
Laura

On Crooked Creek said...

Jacqueline,
Amazing transformation taking place in this historic section of NY! I'm thrilled to see preservation with such elegance! Thank you for sharing!
Fondly,
Pat

Jody and Stan said...

Beautiful rooms! Thanks for sharing on Simple & Sweet Fridays. Love your blog.

Jody

Carolyn said...

It is very beautiful!!! Thank you for sharing it.

Carolyn

collarcitybrownstone said...

Hi Jacqueline!

Oh my!!! Thank you so much for displaying my home and mentioning my blog on your space. WOW!!! I will be bragging about this forever...LOL

I want to thank everyone for the lovely comments and for visiting my blog. You all are so sweet!!! I may start crying over here but they are tears of joy.

Love and hugs,

Xenia

pauline said...

Absolutely beautiful!

Faded Plains said...

What an amazing home!

Haworth said...

What a lovely house! And I just love her neighborhood ... those trees and cobbles, and the brownstone architecture and iron fencing. Thank you so much for posting this link, Jacqueline. I will certainly browse there when I can. (I think her kitchen sink is my favorite part of the house!)

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