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Inspiration for a timeless exterior home remodel in Columbus

Williamsburg Colonial: Front Porch

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phiwwy wrote:January 13, 2012
    lisarosc wrote:April 12, 2012
    How can I order this portico?

    - Williamsburg Colonial: Front Porch

    joyferna wrote:August 2, 2012
    what color are the shutters

    • susanaldridge2000
      Probably close to a Charleston green but with more green in it. It is a type of black- but then my computer may show it differently than yours. There are variations by manufacturers of Charleston Green.
    • blamestorm
      what are the basic dimensions of the Williamburg Colonial: front porch? buidling code restrict to max 4' deep; please, advice Peter
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    Columns were tapered in ancient Greece, which is now considered classical style.

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    This entrance portico showcases the typical colonial elements of classically-inspired columns and trim and a brick...

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    I love this porch!

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    Big wow on all the corbels

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    Columns were tapered in ancient Greece, which is now considered classical style.

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    portico with two staircases -- for the back porch

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