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Enoree Ledge
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kdickinson901 wrote:August 4, 2013
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    Residential garage door manufacturer Clopay offers custom and semi-custom garage doors like these. Dealers are located throughout the US. Visit www.clopaydoor.com for info. and locations.
  • Christin
    What type of plants are in the pots?
rileyjo wrote:June 14, 2014
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    Three River Stone
    Rileyjo, thank you so much for the inquiry. I was the stone provider and mason on this particular house and can only provide the stone selection with certainty. The stone that we used was our Enoree Split Ledgestone. This stone is light to medium grey with some light brown/tan accents. Unfortunately, the builder of this house is no longer in business so I don't think there is a way to track down the specific colors. My best recollection of the exterior colors is close to Sherwin-Williams Grey Screen on the siding and Network Grey or Software on the trim. If you have a Sherwin-Williams color wheel the numbers are SW 7071 and SW 7073/7074. I hope this helps and I'm sorry I can't be more specific.
  • frenchinfluences

    Thank you kindly!

new133 wrote:February 17, 2014
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    Three River Stone
    I was not the builder on this project so I am not certain if these answers are correct but I will try to offer some guidance. The wood used was cedar. The stock size would have been custom, in that the craftsman would have glued a few pieces of 4"x4"x10' together. He would have done this to have a large enough piece to cut the radius out of. This process would have more than likely been done in a workshop as opposed to on site. I hope this helps but if you have any other questions please let me know. FYI, the builder for this project is no longer in business. If this were not the case, he could answer these questions for you.

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Lauren Dunec Design added this to 10 Planting Ideas to Boost Your Garage’s Curb AppealAugust 5, 2018

6. Garage-framing trellis. To give garage plantings — and your home’s curb appeal — a boost, consider adding permanent trellising up and over the garage door, as was done on this home in South Carolina. Adopt a similar style with Craftsman-style trellising painted to match your home’s exterior and potted vines that ramble up over the supports. Confederate jasmine (Trachelospermum jasminoides, Zone 8) and variegated ivy were used here, but other vines could be used to similar effect.

Laura Gaskill added this to How to Replace or Revamp Your Garage DoorsApril 21, 2014

If your garage roof does not have eaves deep enough to fit corbels, a pergola with arched brackets can create a similar look.

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Lynne Piotrowski added this to Remodel 2020October 16, 2019

Like the garage doors and trellis

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love these pergolas and corbels! but want them straight

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