Even though they are neighbors in the same brownstone, notice how different the doors are. Different but still gorgeous.
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The owners may not have much say over the building’s exterior other than the doors. Each does say something about its owner.
The exteriors are pretty much “etched in stone” and as you’ve stated, cannot be changed but the doors and fences and railings appear to be open to interpretation 🙂 Good point, wonder what each door means to the owner?
I adore Doors! I A-door Doors!!! This is a great sequence. c
Well, this is door week from when we were in Boston. I hope you will a-door more 🙂 t
A-Dooring as we speak!!
Oh goodie! Because doors are just so a-doorable. (and we are so punny LOL)
Shut the front door….this has been a great series! I have been wanting to do this also…but you have much better examples. Love the old brownstones!
Snicker…shut the front door! When opportunity knocks – snap on I say 🙂 I wish I had taken more of them.
Unexpected contrasts are always interesting. I also see that one has the gate open, but the other has the gate closed.
They do indeed contrast from the door on down to the sidewalk 🙂