Painted Ladies: Examples of Row House Architecture

Painted Ladies: Examples of Row House Architecture

One of the most common examples of Victorian architecture is the "Painted Ladies" of San Francisco. The term "Painted Ladies" refers to Victorian- and Edwardian-style houses painted in three or more colors, which is meant to highlight their intricate details. The term first appeared in the 1978 book Painted Ladies: San Francisco's Resplendent Victorians, but now applies to multicolored Victorian homes all over the U.S.

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