“Painted Ladies” refers to a term used to describe a specific style of colorful and ornate Victorian and Edwardian houses, typically found in the United States. These houses are often characterized by their intricate architectural details, vibrant paint colors, and decorative elements. The term is commonly used to describe rows of these houses that are typically situated side by side.
The most famous example of Painted Ladies can be found in San Francisco, California. The “Painted Ladies” in San Francisco refer to a row of colorful Victorian and Edwardian houses located at Alamo Square Park. These houses are often featured in photographs and movies, showcasing the unique and picturesque architecture of the city.