The victorian house often called houses for all classes. These chartered not only for the rich and the new “middling-classes” but also for the poor. That is why this home-style used by most people in the United State and Canada during Victorian-era.
There are basic principle rules for Victorian house polychrome paint schemes. The rules apply to the color placement and harmony. But, that may be bent or broken after you’ve taken them to heart. Exactly which colors to use are up to you. Most unsuccessful polychrome schemes fail because the colors used are too bright, and the contrast between adjacent colors is too great.