The painted trim of Julianne Moore’s 1905 Manhattan house is complemented by matte-black accents found throughout the garden; the window box is planted with English ivy, and a purple sweet potato vine adds a splash of color at the foot of the stairs.
A pure brick townhouse dream on East Street. Love the gate, the heavy top cornice, the roof garden, the window boxes, and the sense of fantasy. The Cinderella blue door and window detailing (mullions and relief carvings above) add to the magic.
The rear facade of this Brooklyn townhouse is painted all-black, a bold decision that lends drama to the traditional structure. A bricked terrace adds to the home's livable space, while a tall fence provides privacy.