A ranch home renovatedTraditional Exterior, San Francisco

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onesuze wrote:Jun 2, 2012
  • Joan Becich
    I would also like to know the color of the front door!
  • Maureen Schlitt
    What colors are the house and door? and what product line, ie. Behr?
maxkr8 wrote:Jun 29, 2011
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    Illuminate only the best features of your home and landscape. Consider uplights on any specimen trees and shrubs, pathlights for frequently used walkways, or small pin-point fixtures mounted in the eaves of the house or garage to cast light down on your trellises or other architectural features. If you have tall trees consider doing moon-lighting.

    The typical outdoor coachlights and sconces are ineffective and the least artful because you can't control the direction of the light or the or beam size/width, and they are often mounted at eye level which can be blinding.
joyfulgramma wrote:Sep 4, 2013

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Amy Renea added this to Not Your Average RanchFeb 8, 2012

Add plants. If you don't have mature trees, you can still use annual and perennial plantings to boost your home's curb appeal. Black-eyed Susans are a cheerful welcome and a great contrast to the butter yellow and cornflower blue of this home.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Lesley Willett added this to snowballAug 6, 2018

Harbor Blue by Benjamin Moore...

Elissa added this to front of houseMay 5, 2017

Door style, plantings and door color

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