Furniture ranges from the highly ornate to the more bulky and solid, preferably in dark woods. The original furniture is quite expensive, but good reproductions are available. There are plenty of knick-knacks and framed photographs in silver frames, patterned china and leather-bound books. And, of course, plants. No Victorian home would have been complete without at least one aspidistra.
Living and dining rooms were an intelligent mix of furniture, fabrics, and objects centered by a pretty fireplace, giving the room an authentic air. The combination of the furniture and objects would have given the room a typically cluttered, but cozy look. Bedrooms had strongly patterned wallpaper, which was a hallmark of the Victorian period. Curtains were long and generous, matching the bed linen and bedside tables would have been covered in patterned cloths and chintz over-cloths. Bathrooms featured hand-painted Victorian tiles, ball-and-claw bathtubs, and brass fittings, while kitchens were modern and traditional, often with stained glass windows, chequered floor tiles and fireplaces.