Crane

parlorRowhouses are damned dark! With windows only on the short ends (and skylights on the top floor), the late 19th century brownstones Park Slope, Brooklyn, make for a gloomy weekend. The one we were recently house-sitting in had some amazing original details, like the door knobs, but boy were they a challenge to photograph in the permanent twilight. The hardware for the front door and the parlor doors were a sort of Chinoiserie/Japonesque style; the great gates of the parlor doors had hinges illustrated on both sides. I was particularly taken by the crane on the handles.door

1 Response to “Crane”


  1. 1 Ellen September 14, 2016 at 8:41 am

    Wow, so beautiful. Wish they had more of these details today. Thanks for sharing.


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