Fish Camp Beach Cottage beach-style-exterior
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Fish Camp Beach Cottage

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lcfs wrote:
Color - Would you mind sharing the color of the shutters? Thank you
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Our records indicate it is French Quarter Green, but the manufacturer is not listed. I would try Benjamin Moore or Sherwin Williams.
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Kerri Prejean
What is the color of the walls and trim? It looks like a limestone color.
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einat reitan wrote:
wh ois the desigher?
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The interior designer was Ruth Edwards from Hilton Head, SC.

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greycashmere wrote:
Could you tell me about the lighting? - Did you use can lights at all, or just old style wall mounted, overheads and pendants?
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We did not use can lights as they would have detracted from the authentic look we were trying to achieve.
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Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: Lessons in Florida Cracker Style From a Vacation Home
A deep front porch with an overhang for shade. The most compelling cracker element is a large porch that provides shady spots for catching the breeze. The porch's overhang also keeps the sun from baking the interiors. Operable louvered shutters provide shade and privacy when needed, as well as protection from stormy weather. An elevated platform. Cracker houses were typically built on pylons that let air circulate underneath; this home was raised a few feet off the ground, imitating the look. Shutter paint: French Quarter Green, Sherwin-WIlliams

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Shutters & curtain . Don't need dormer

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