Ours is Cornish Cream, looks lovely. The neighbours (semi-detatched) liked it so much they did theirs the same, but it was fine when they were still different colours. I would have linked to it but the one I found looked totally different, it's a creamy yellow.
Both have cream, virtually the same shade, one is magnolia. We have deep green doors, next door is a lighter heritage/national trust green, which they picked to go with ours. The pair look smart, i think.
I think Victorian houses look best painted in quite serious colours with some black tint in them, rather than pastel based as these can look a bit ice cream-y if that makse sense? Eg stone, grey, dark green, brown etc. There is a road near me which has a row of old houses, one is painted stone with white windows, one is dark green with black windows and another is grey with dark windows. Doors again look good in dark serious colours, eg dark blue, black, really dark purple etc. Farrow and Ball have some great colours for doors, Hague Blue, Black Blue, Brinjal off the top of my head.
thanks pannacotta - ours are currently a bit yellowy and I don;t really like it (though that's not why we're getting it done - we're getting it done becuase it needs it iyswim). the house down the road has been done in a light stoney colour and I do like it. don't want to go identical though. we're thinking of a grey-ish off white-ish cream