Front view 1Beach Style Exterior

John McManus

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Christy W. wrote:Feb 9, 2013
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    Thanks for buying the plans! On the original, we wanted the siding and trim and windows to be the same color. If was my choice, I'd go with the stone gray color window and match everything to that.
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    Oh, the shutters are PVC and they came from Atlantic Shutter Co. We had the shutter "arm" (that holds the shutter open) made out of wrought iron. It has two positions, opened and closed. The "standard" bermuda shutter arm is very functional, very adjustable and also very clunky and ugly.
Lyza Savoie Berkley wrote:Apr 3, 2013
lesleyswartz wrote:Dec 12, 2012
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    Savannah Gray by Old Carolina Brick Company with white mortar. You must use white sand when using white mortar.
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    I wondered if I could see a picture of the front door. Is that the screen door I see? Do you have a paint color on that?
koteapril wrote:Feb 23, 2015
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    I was just wondering if you had received my previous message?
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    I must have missed it... this one almost slipped away too! Contact me at rick@group3designs.net and I'll see you a jpeg file.

ivyrex wrote:Jan 18, 2013
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    Actually you can just reface it with stone veneer. I'm having that done to my fireplace right now. I'm refacing it with limestone. But their are a ton of options with the veneer.
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    The most reasonable "authentic" thing to do would be to replace the brick with an equivalent thickness of natural stone.
Amy Potter wrote:Nov 26, 2012
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    They are French Quarter Lanterns with Yoke and Hanging Stem from Bevelo.com
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    You should call Lantern & Scroll. www.lanternandscroll.com They manufacture all of their fixtures out of SC and they were so easy and fun to work with. I have only great things to say about them. Ask for Karen. Cheers!
jleya wrote:Jun 11, 2016
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    It's a new Savannah Grey by Old Carolina Brick Co. but what you should ask is about the mortar color, why the color of the sand is important and what mortar joint style should you choose.

kbetbeze wrote:Jan 7, 2016
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    It's Benjamin Moore Lancaster Whitewash (HC-174). To me, "white" whites look too new. This seemed to have an appropriated aged look.

Yolanda Rooks wrote:Jul 4, 2015
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    4,000... 4,000

stephaniedieckman wrote:Mar 10, 2015
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    This is a linseed oil based paint from Follansbee Steel, sadly out of business after 150+ years.

tp52 wrote:May 14, 2014
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    Lancaster White (B. Moore)
sarah woods wrote:Jun 26, 2013
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    Black Forest (SW2238) by sherwin-williams
lesleyswartz wrote:May 29, 2013
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    Sorry that it's taken me a year to answer... I found 50 unanswered messages today! The hardware is from Acorn. www.acornmfg.com
lesleyswartz wrote:May 17, 2013
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    They're shaped, not complex but not as simple as you see on a lot of "new-old" designs.
lesleyswartz wrote:May 17, 2013
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    No, they're pressure treated pine and were built on site.
Barbara Brandau wrote:Apr 24, 2013
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    It's part of the house (if we're talking about the same thing). the window under the far left side of the porch is in the kitchen and to the left of that is the pantry.
lesleyswartz wrote:Apr 16, 2013
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    Everything is B. Moore Lancaster Whitewash (HC-174) except the windows which are "white".
lesleyswartz wrote:Apr 11, 2013
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    This a terne roof by FollansbeeRoofing.com. It's their standard red painted after the roof is installed. They have a pre-painted product but this is a slightly softer and more traditional look.
lesleyswartz wrote:Mar 27, 2013
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    1 x 6 tight joint tongue and groove, then 1/2 in. plywood. The exposed rafter tails are pressure treated pine, "scabbed" on to the main rafters (which stop at the face of the outside wall. The top of the exposed rafter is dropped 3/4 in. below the top of the main rafters.
atdurant wrote:Feb 3, 2013
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    They're 1x8 p.t. pine with a 1/2" gap, painted the same color as the shutters.
lesleyswartz wrote:Jan 9, 2013
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    Today I found 50 unanswered questions in a place I've never looked before! I'm very sorry for the delay. :( Yes, all trim and siding are Lancaster White. The windows are Marvin Stone White.
lesleyswartz wrote:Dec 19, 2012
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    Oops, should have mentioned that. It's a six panel door, solid with no glass. We also use real bronze thresholds, much more durable than the bronze painted aluminum ones, bur, of course, more expensive.
lesleyswartz wrote:Dec 19, 2012
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    Yes, the screen door swings out and the front door swings in. The front door and the screen door are 1 3/4" x 8'-0" mahogany, with a Rez "fruitwood" stain (or something similar).
aoaklynn wrote:Aug 11, 2012
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    Paint and trim: Lancaster White (HC-174); benjaminmoore.com.
    Shutter paint: Black Forest (SW2238); sherwin-williams.com.
    Roof: Terne II standing seam in red by Follansbee (follansbeeroofing.com/); hand crimped

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