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Bargeboard -  A board attached to the edge of a gable roof. In house styles such as Gothic Revival and Tudor, bargeboards often bear intricate carvings or colorful painted details. Also called vergeboard or gableboard.

A board attached to the edge of a gable roof. In house styles such as Gothic Revival and Tudor, bargeboards often bear intricate carvings or colorful painted details.

basicalgebra:  Oh housing Gods, please help me find a place for my friends and I to live next year. I refuse to live in the dorms again. And please make it cute, cheap, and close to downtown. Thanks.

Classic Cabbagetown Victorian (Ontario, Canada): Classic house with all the details you expect to find in a Victorian home. Bay & Gable, wonderful gingerbreading & details in the brick & stone work.

BARGE BOARD SCROLL ONLY an example with scroll work barge board and then fancy collar tie set back from front.

Victorian and Edwardian houses had a porch round the front door; inside the building, or protruding. Porches can have a roof on console brackets, a framework of turned wood or fretwork, or brick walls.

perfect door.

In love with the black white and red color schemes :) Red is probably the most versatile and widely used color for entryways because it looks amazing with just about any color and style of exterior. Red door on a white house with black trim?