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Mitchell Parker
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typingmonkey
Second the exposed framing. Really terrific.
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kennedytarheel
What an incredible transformation!
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huckleberrypie
Minimal Traditional curb appeal help! - We just bought what I would describe as a Minimal Traditional 1948 house, with vinyl siding, "stone" veneer, cheap single hung vinyl windows... Read More
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huckleberrypie
Love the xeriscaping! That's totally what I have in mind, thanks for the visual groveraxle! Now I have something to show my honey! The charcoal looks good!
   4 hours ago
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justinison
I guess I'm the only one that likes the stone? I think definitely get rid of the yellow, but keep the stone and find a way to complement it. The siding could be a darkish grey, the door could be a pop of orange or turquoise. I also like what both people did with the photoshop comps here.
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Debbie Ballentine
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June Scott Design
Thank you for drawing attention to this overlooked CA native grass. It would be a great substitute for the invasive Stipa (Nassella) tenuissima that has become widely planted in So. California in the past few years.
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kathybreck
color ideas for front door? - White house, dove gray shutters, estate gray roof. Need suggestions for front door color.
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Bespoke Fine Interiors
I vote for Orange or Yellow. But I love the Aqua too!
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Sydney Geannacopulos
It would be nice to go with something neutral, but why not do a pop of color to make it fun and approachable! I agree with the others, red is always a good statement-making color, but if you don't want to go too bright, maybe a nice light teal/blue or purple.
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Jenny Drew
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summery
What a sweet cottage! I'm really enjoying the Ideabooks covering homes from around the world - thank you!
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drememon
Twinkle and Whistle, the cottage is lovely. Love your color and materials selections. Well done! I'm sure you'll remember it fondly.
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