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Fallingcliff Contemporary Landscape, San Luis Obispo

Photo of a contemporary front yard landscaping in San Luis Obispo. — Houzz

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smartdecor wrote:
Who makes the front door?
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thanks for taking the time to get back to me.
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Melanie Allen
if anyone knows the manufacturer of the door I would love to know
Kit wrote:
Are the HouseArt numbers 5" or 8"? - The numbers look great! And love the chance to see the HouseArt number visibility on an actual house; so, would love to know which size you chose for this home. Thanks!
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360 Yardware
These look like the 5" numbers -- the 8" numbers look quite large when installed...Just my guess, though!
JB wrote:
What are the colors of the house and the trim paint?
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I love the colors of the house and trim, can you tell me what they are please? We are about to begin renovations on our contemporary house. Thanks so much.
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tsouders2 wrote:
House - House color information would be nice if they answered the question?
mjunco1054 wrote:
what is the color of house paint and door?
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lauriannp wrote:
DOOR - PRO The landscape architect responded that you were not sure about the source for the door as the client had the home remodeled. Can you PLEASE PLEASE contact the client and ask them? Love it.
Alicia Gifford wrote:
Cap on garden wall: Is that flagstone, some other stone, or concrete?
Michelle Ebbitt wrote:
What type of plant/flower is that purple one in the potted plan by the door? - What type of plant/flower is that purple one in the potted plan by the door?

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