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Also 349 6th street. Spot-on: except for door swinging in wrong direction. I like the mounted mailbox, might have to relocate it to the door itself if it swings right to left.

Also 349 street. Spot-on: except for door swinging in wrong direction. I like the mounted mailbox, might have to relocate it to the door itself if it swings right to left.

Lots to like here - smooth slate, nice garden zone, interesting fencing, good color combination

Lots to like here - smooth slate, nice garden zone, interesting fencing, good color combination

Citi bin... hmm, not terrible. Worth looking into.

hmm, not terrible.

Mailbox mounted aside door... would need to measure vs garbage can shed

Mailbox mounted aside door. would need to measure vs garbage can shed

Reasonably nice garbage can solution, and nice smooth slate tile

Reasonably nice garbage can solution, and nice smooth slate tile

728 union street, park slope (btw 5th and 6th). Curved holes and right-angle windows, without lintels. Adding minimalist lintels above = good

728 union street, park slope (btw and Curved holes and right-angle windows, without lintels. Adding minimalist lintels above = good

No thanks!

No thanks!

Good cut-out + slate + coal chute. 349 6th street.

Good cut-out + slate + coal chute.

Is there enough space to allow something like this? (Door opening out, left to right)

Is there enough space to allow something like this? (Door opening out, left to right)

Neighbor's house - uphill

Neighbor's house - uphill

Nice window and cornice and door design (but may clash with neighbors). I like the animal head design above the door. Glowing eyeballs?  Also like the lighting.

Nice window and cornice and door design (but may clash with neighbors). I like the animal head design above the door.

Neighbor's house - uphill

Neighbor's house - uphill

These are dirty but along the lines of how I imagine the front design eventually working

These are dirty but along the lines of how I imagine the front design eventually working

I like the thin lines in the brownstone. However, I don't think I have the wherewithal to maintain flowerboxes.

I like the thin lines in the brownstone. However, I don't think I have the wherewithal to maintain flowerboxes.

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