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The exterior palette of this cottage was completely inspired by the colors found in the stone features. Warm white acts as an offsetting backdrop to the green-brown window trim and rust-orange door. In small doses and with a light background, the '70s-like hues feel anything but dated.
segments). It also has a lower side-gabled roof pitch, but there is a steeper forward-facing gable with an extension comprising the entrance, a trait found in American Tudor homes.
Casa Verde Design
Casa Verde Design
This is the link where I found the Hardware. I did not order from this website, but had my plumbing supply store order them for me.
Hello! The details of this beautiful home can found in the new Feb | March issue of Traditional Home magazine! If you need help with design or product specifications you may contact one of our designers
Kayron Brewer, CKD, CBD / Studio K B
Master Bath Retreat
I finally found this pic of Burlap which is closer...the others I had seen were very grey and darker looking, Thank you Kayron.
Hi Lizzy, in one of the photos of this project, there was the same question and I found a very close color in Ben Moore. If you have a moment to look thru the conversations of the photos, the answer will be there. If not, I can search
Laundry room with a view
I was wondering where you found the wainscoting (walls) & planking (ceiling)? Are they MDF or wood?
Hi, We found the star fish at a small independent decor store.
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
I found answers ...My reference was to previously asked questions. Thanks..
Thanks for your reply. I did some research and found: 1. A shop in SC: http://www.martyrae.com/CollLegacyPub.html *WoodlandRidge Style 2. A DIY page: http://ana-white.com/2010/02/plans-narrow-farmho
David Howell Design
Where was that mattress found?
186 Lighting Design Group - Gregg Mackell
I was the lighting designer on the project, but for the exact color you may want to contact Mosaic Architects. They can be found here: http://www.houzz.com/pro/mosaicarchitects/mosaic-architects-boulder. Good Luck! Gregg
Yes, those are Aspen trees. The landscape architect was R Design and they can be found on Houzz. I do know they grow best at high elevations.