jlkip


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For what it is worth, I really like the photo Kevin posted above with the lighter gray. Picking up the gray tones in the rock will make a nice change. But I, personally, would not go too dark as you have a very dark roof. Let us know what you decide to do!
last Friday at 6:48am   
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jlkip
I meant not doing part cedar while keeping some of the existing siding. Maybe I misunderstood. I LOVE cedar shakes and stone. I wish I could afford to do that on my house right now. I love the gray.
last Friday at 7:25am   
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libradesigneye
Maybe the tan has faded to a pinky beige - test something like sw burlap or sw camelback
last Wednesday at 8:55pm   
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jlkip
While I do agree that the vinyl windows were a huge mistake, I don't agree that it was a deal breaker on the house. I have to have faith that something can be done to make this seem more deliberate. I took a drive this morning around the neighborhood, which made me feel a lot better. Apparently there are several people with the same stone who have switched to white vinyl windows. I saw a lot of light gray and white siding with this combination (however, I wasn't a huge fan and feel there has got to be something better). The difference between my house and there's, is that on my house the stone travels up beyond the top windows. In other houses it either hits the first window or fills the entire front of the house. Thanks for your paint suggestions. I will try them. I've been using a design app on benjamin moore (so you can see the color actually placed on your house). SW has one but it is a lot harder to use! Did you suggest to paint the red brick? I was confused by that.
last Thursday at 10:15am   
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