ElmbraeTransitional Entry, Devon

Traditional front door of this stylishly remodelled Victorian Villa in Sunny Torquay, South Devon Colin Cadle Photography, Photo Styling Jan Cadle

Inspiration for a transitional entryway remodel in Devon with a blue front door —  Houzz
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Susanne Elliott Manner wrote:Oct 2, 2014
  • johncflatley

    I appreciate the quick reply - thanks so much.

  • Charlene Hohulin

    My front door looks similar. I used blue metal, (Behr paint) as suggested by someone on HOUZ.

lissie723 wrote:Jul 18, 2016
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    Rocky Mountain Interiors, Inc.

    What color is the front door? What paint company/color number?

  • yvonnegw

    Its a lovely colour - I have tried so many on my door and cant seem to get the right one

Sarah Sweeney wrote:Jul 26, 2015
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    Colin Cadle Photography

    Hi, I was the photo stylist for this property but did not fit this exterior lights. The look like fairly standard pendant lamps - obviously for outdoor use. A local lighting supplier will probably be able to identify something similar for you. Good Luck Jan Cadle

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aine43 wrote:May 29, 2016
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    Colin Cadle Photography

    Hi, I was the photo-stylist for this property and this is a paint from Farrow and Ball - I believe it is Pigeon. However, please be aware when trying to match colours to things you have seen in magazines and on the internet. The colour of the actual paint will differ according to number of coats of paint applied to the surface and if undercoat was used. Other colours in the room or adjacent will reflect in a pale colour and the light conditions in the room will also affect the tone. Colours can change again when you view them printed - like in a magazine and will view differently on individual monitors depending how they are calibrated. The only sure fire way to get the colour you want is to get some samples from a good paint company - can highly recommend Little Greene - and Farrow and Ball whose paints have a high pigment. Apply a small amount to the surface and wait for it to dry. Try it on different surfaces and check it at different times of day as it will look different depending on the way the light falls. Jan Cadle

eileenmoore wrote:Apr 30, 2015
    Marlene Allison wrote:Jun 9, 2014

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      Sarah Carlson added this to Front DoorAug 28, 2019

      In Comments, a picture of a door in Blue Metal by Behr

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