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Jun 8, 2017

Folding Glass Wall Brightens up a 19th-Century San Francisco Victorian

Painted Lady Queen Anne Victorian with NanaWall in kitchen

With its iconic Painted Ladies, Postcard Row is one of the most photographed locations in San Francisco. During a recent renovation, the owners of the original Painted Lady, a Queen Anne Victorian built in 1892, outfitted their new kitchen with a NanaWall folding glass wall to bring in light.

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Are the folding doors 8 foot high? Or 6'-8" high? Nicely done kitchen.

John Valle, Architect

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