Colorful CottageEclectic Entry, Los Angeles

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kamcguire wrote:Mar 9, 2012
susrieger wrote:Apr 27, 2012
  • susitoo
    What color is the exterior of the cottage?
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    Kadijah Williams
    Where did you get the light fixture?
Kim Glenn wrote:May 1, 2012
ruizitzel wrote:Sep 9, 2015
lgharris wrote:Jul 14, 2014
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    S / Wiley Interior Photography
    Hi there! I used Dunn Edwards Whisper throughout the house and I think that's what I used on the exterior as well. It's a pretty white white, but it worked really well with the darker color. Good luck!
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My Girlfriends House wrote:Apr 26, 2014
Claudine Collins wrote:Apr 11, 2012
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    S / Wiley Interior Photography
    The floor is sandstone and had been watered down before the picture was taken.
  • Stephanie Gutierrez
    funny, I hadn't even noticed the flooring, looks like flagstone, which is plentiful here in AZ
Bob Harrington wrote:May 6, 2017
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    S / Wiley Interior Photography

    Thanks! I actually got those outdoor lights at OSH many years ago - have no idea who the manufacturer was but they were relatively inexpensive.

elaine_tannesen wrote:Oct 10, 2016
Donna Libra wrote:Jun 6, 2016
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    S / Wiley Interior Photography

    The color of the door is Cool Aqua and the stucco is Kendall Charcoal, both by Benjamin Moore. Thanks for asking!

fiveandfarm wrote:Oct 3, 2015
monicagarza wrote:May 28, 2015
dedearts wrote:Apr 18, 2014
tristano wrote:Sep 13, 2013
Chris A wrote:Aug 16, 2013
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    S / Wiley Interior Photography
    I ordered the door from Lemar Hardwoods in Southern California. I think that any door/window supplier could help you out.
dianedm2000 wrote:Jul 28, 2013
Myrna Atwater wrote:Apr 2, 2012
My Girlfriends House wrote:Apr 14, 2014

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    amandapollard
    Amanda Pollard added this to 13 Steps to a Kid-Friendly Garden Adults Will Love TooJul 21, 2016

    12. Paint a blackboard wall. Got a spare wall you don’t know how to decorate? Transform it into an art station by adding a coat of blackboard paint. If your wall isn’t flat, you’ll need to clad it with some exterior plywood and add a sealant along the edges. Alternatively, hang a framed blackboard, as these homeowners have done. The seat below provides a kneeling spot for little ones to reach their art board above.

    frankorgan
    Frank Organ added this to Think Turquoise to Energize or Soothe the GardenJan 13, 2015

    Even small touches of turquoise can make a difference. The turquoise cushions and front door mix with the dark charcoal exterior to create a truly modern entry here.See 8 ways with turquoise and blue front doors

    cninteriors
    Charmean Neithart Interiors added this to 8 Homes With Exterior Paint Colors Done RightApr 13, 2013

    If you're looking to take your house exterior fun and edgy, try a dark main color with a fun burst of color on the front door. Here is Kendall Charcoal HC-166 for the main field color and Cool Aqua 2056-40 on the front door, both by Benjamin Moore. Dark colors look great with chartreuse and emerald landscape colors.

    lfrederick
    Lisa Frederick added this to 8 Low-Cost Ways to Personalize a Front EntranceFeb 21, 2013

    1. Create a mini room. Here a bench with cheery outdoor pillows, a hanging paper lantern and a framed chalkboard combine to turn a plain entrance into a sitting space all its own — all without breaking the bank. Mix and match furniture to suit your home's architecture and style.

    shawngauthier
    Shawn Gauthier added this to Patios Look on the (Really) Bright Side With NeonJun 11, 2012

    When putting together your palette, think about everything that is in sight while you're sitting on your patio — for example, the door. Doors are unique places to add a hot splash of color, and they can completely change the look and feel of its surroundings. Accessorize nearby furnishings with throw pillows in similar colors to tie the space together.

    dkprinzing
    Debra Prinzing added this to Garden Design Essentials: ColorApr 26, 2012

    Find Your Color StyleWe can learn volumes about color through observation and experience. When you visit a public garden, shop at local nurseries or take a tour here on Houzz, notice which colors please your eyes.It is clear that Tiffany blue makes the owner of this cottage very happy. That's the power of color.More:The Stories Colors TellPotted Plants Perk Up the Streets of Coastal France

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    matinaarriaga added this to FrontAug 5, 2019

    Kendall Charcoal by Benjamin Moore

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