Thursday, February 24, 2011
Squint Shot 022411
As with yesterday's squint shot and the common occurrence of landings on stairways, I also noted the trimwork at the landing window. In many of the older homes, a square is at each upper corner of window and door framing. This made it unnecessary to miter corners and made for a unique, finished look. A few squint shots earlier, I showed some of this trim on the first floor that had not been painted and had leafy etchings in the squares.