Friday, February 11, 2011
Squint Shot 021111
As with other houses I've photographed, I've been intriqued by the window and door trims. Obviously the easiest way to cut the trim would be square cuts instead of mitered corners. Therefore, so many of the indoor trims show a square at the top corners -- sometimes with a circle inside (especially as found in the Harmon building upper floors as well as the old Bell Opera House) or as with these, floral carvings. Inside this house, some was left natural while other doorways were painted.