Paint and Landscaping for a Historic Row House

A classic brick row house gets a subdued new paint job and a new courtyard featuring crepe myrtles and wrought-iron fence.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionKeeping history in mind, the designers add a gargoyle to the doorway to reflect the period when the house was built.
The team made a small gargoyle to sit atop the doorway, a decoration from 20th century architecture that reflects the period when the house was built. A custom stained-glass window was made for the transom, using a Victorian pattern but with little colored glass to keep a modern feel.
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