This Rainbow House at 93 East Bay Street was built by James Cook around 1778 with the first floor as a business and the upper floors as living quarters.
Not far from Waterfront Park in Charleston, SC this house is part of the longest group of Georgian row houses in the U.S. These 13 houses are known as Rainbow Row due to the bright colors they were painted when they were restored during the 1930s and 40s.
If you've walked this street, then you remember the unique beauty of these houses side-by-side.
Add this 3/4" thick wooden replica to your home decor to remind you of your trip the Charleston.