I've noticed that many people don't buy curtains or sheers anymore. They use those fancy blinds or somehow are fine with no privacy at all.Is nonstandard window size theatre the new builder's flavor of the month? It would drive me crazy trying to shop for curtains that fit those on the 2nd floor.
Jeeze, a missed nomination for worst completed development..
Agree with the stone. At least when this utterly horrible current cladding trend runs its course, the stone offers a tasteful counterpart to re-match with.Eh, it's not that bad in person. Doesn't fit in Cambridge at all, but that kind of makes it interesting, and the stone facade is nice at street level.
100% agree. The shifted brick depth is a timeless look that's silly-easy to do these days with precast etch cladding. Baffling that we don't see more accents like this in lieu of all the trendy dreck. It meshes with damn near anything and never ever sticks out like sore thumb when tastes change.Thanks, Javier. In the first pic, you caught some nice brickwork going up, especially on the top of the building. I like the two tone brick colors as well.