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Exterior of new home

Posted by KathyBranson (My Page) on
Tue, Nov 27, 12 at 1:50

Help! We've a onyx black roof; milgard tan windows; natural stained mahogany door. We need decisions on faschia color & gutters (black? carriage red? brown?); siding color; stucco color (around bay windows & top of arches). We want to use California Gold slate ledge rock on lower front part of house & on pillars in front of front door. Any help is appreciated! Thanks.


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RE: Exterior of new home

Pics would be helpful, and you may want to post on home decor forum as there are lots of color mavens there.


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OK...here's the front of the house.
I think we're doing bronze gutters & faschia board. Ledge stone - California gold on pillers & part way up front of house. Creteboard siding except on bay windows and top part of door. Sherwin Williams paint - desert sand I think then 2 shades darker for stucco. Opinions?


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I would definitely pull the siding color from the stone...not sure I'd do the stucco in a different color as you already have a lot going on with the facade...siding, stucco, stone, roofing, garage doors, front door...especially since you have so little siding on the front relative to the garage doors and windows. I would think about selecting colors of the rest of the trim and surfaces to minimize the differences so you get a more unified look to the house.


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Thanks for the advice. We'll probably do the siding & stucco the same color. BTW...I went to your page. Great remodel!


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