The Charleston historic colors are made by Sherwin Williams, however my store did not have the paint samples, but they were still able to mix it for me since they do still have the formula. It is a darker gray than it appears in the picture, but still lovely. Hope this helps!
Charleston white trim
Rain washed siding
Tin roof shutters
trim - Charleston white DCR100 Sherwin williams
Louvers - aged cobblestone DCR 113
Foundation-Quill DCR 102
shutter color sherwin william tin roof DCl046
Sherwin Williams Rainwashed SW6211- ext color
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Charleston green shutters. Love look of entire house!
distinctly Charleston, but the shutters are what does it on this home," says interior designer Alix Bragg. "The old-school style of the louvered shutters (painted Charleston green) is a staple in the Lowcountry. Of course, the palm trees and metal roof give it away too!" See the rest of this home
In Charleston, many of the homes are known as "Charleston singles," a fact I learned from my awesome septuagenarian tour guide Randy
In Charleston, the porches are built down the sides of the homes because of some sort of property tax that was assessed by how long the street side of the house was. Thus, there is often a little gate to the long side porch at the street. Since its hot as Hades down there in the summer, you can see whey
Style in Charleston includes unique long side porches that were came about as a form of property tax evasion, you know, from those old taxes where we didn't have any representation!