Green Lake Classic CraftsmanTraditional Deck, Seattle

Traditional craftsman home with covered back patio.

Mid-sized elegant backyard deck container garden photo in Seattle with a roof extension —  Houzz
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wannabeinnature wrote:Jan 15, 2012
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    Feitclub
    I'm desperate for these colors! While I can't do a honey pine door, I've finally decided on Sherwin Williams Denim and Honeycomb. Pics to come =)
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    Feitclub
    This is how it turned out! Sherwin Williams Denim and Honeycomb
Merena Johnson wrote:May 7, 2012
  • hailrskins
    any answers on this color? I don't think it's any of the Benjamin Moore colors mentioned. Have tried all 3.
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    RW Anderson Homes
    Sorry to disappoint, but we can't remember the name of the paint color of the house!
courtneyferrante wrote:Mar 11, 2015
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    I think it is Sweatshirt Gray, Delray Gray or Pewter


  • Travis Hawkins
    I think it's BM black pepper.
juliematteau wrote:May 6, 2013
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    RW Anderson Homes
    Hi! This is a gorgeous home and the paint complements the style perfectly. Unfortunately, I'm not sure of the color of paint we used. We use a lot of Benjamin Moore, so you could check there for a match. Thanks for your interest!
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    RW Anderson Homes
    The wood/finish of the patio is IPE. Thanks!
pomfretj wrote:Nov 9, 2013
  • Michael Goss
    I would like to know paint color
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    RW Anderson Homes

    Hi! This is a gorgeous home and the paint complements the style perfectly. Unfortunately, I'm not sure of the color of paint we used. We use a lot of Benjamin Moore, so you could check there for a match. Thanks for your interest!

zimmermanst wrote:Oct 21, 2012
  • necesse
    It's the Hardi Board Artisan siding. It's 5/8" thick and comes in several exposures. We have been using it a lot on our projects. It's not a metal corner
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    RW Anderson Homes

    Thank you so much for your interest in my work. I know it’s been awhile since you posted this question, and for that I apologize. As you can imagine, I get quite a few questions on Houzz; I’m afraid this one just got away from me. If you are still interested in learning the answer to your question please let me know and I will do my best to find it for you.


    Best of luck with all your projects!

C&V T wrote:Jun 14, 2012
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    Thank you so much for your interest in my work. I know it’s been awhile since you posted this question, and for that I apologize. As you can imagine, I get quite a few questions on Houzz; I’m afraid this one just got away from me. If you are still interested in learning the answer to your question please let me know and I will do my best to find it for you.


    Best of luck with all your projects!

  • C&V T

    Thanks for coming back to this. But we actually went a different direction.

Rossina Scarmozzino wrote:Mar 15, 2013
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    Taubmans Sealord or Colourbond Ironstone?
  • maryanneoconnor
    Ironstone appears too dark, as have just tried it....Gravel Chip from Wattyl is better.
    But depends on light and materials. We are an old weatherboard and have chosen this with Antique White USA to get this look, what's the Australian version of door colour though ?
mdgoering wrote:Aug 14, 2012
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    Thank you so much for your interest in my work. I know it’s been awhile since you posted this question, and for that I apologize. As you can imagine, I get quite a few questions on Houzz; I’m afraid this one just got away from me. If you are still interested in learning the answer to your question please let me know and I will do my best to find it for you.


    Best of luck with all your projects!

  • juliematteau

    If you know the brand of windows that would be super helpful, love them!


Techno Metal Post wrote:Jun 5, 2015
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    RW Anderson Homes

    Thank you so much for your interest in my work. Due to the unique nature of each one of my designs I've considered, and continue to consider, many options for foundations and construction materials.

architen wrote:Mar 12, 2015
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    RW Anderson Homes

    Hi! This is a gorgeous home and the paint complements the style perfectly. Unfortunately, I'm not sure of the color of paint we used. We use a lot of Benjamin Moore, so you could check there for a match. Also, a local interior designer or professional paint store could help you find good color combinations for your home. Thanks for your interest!

iamskc wrote:Sep 3, 2014
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    RW Anderson Homes
    Hi! This is not pre-painted, but was painted in place. The height of the lap board is 5". Thanks!
mctima wrote:Jul 23, 2014
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    Thank you so much for your interest in my work. I know it’s been awhile since you posted this question, and for that I apologize. As you can imagine, I get quite a few questions on Houzz; I’m afraid this one just got away from me. If you are still interested in learning the answer to your question please let me know and I will do my best to find it for you.


    Best of luck with all your projects!

Deena Kamm wrote:Oct 29, 2013
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    Thank you so much for your interest in my work. I know it’s been awhile since you posted this question, and for that I apologize. As you can imagine, I get quite a few questions on Houzz; I’m afraid this one just got away from me. If you are still interested in learning the answer to your question please let me know and I will do my best to find it for you.


    Best of luck with all your projects!

maryanneoconnor wrote:Aug 26, 2013
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    RW Anderson Homes

    Thank you so much for your interest in my work. I know it’s been awhile since you posted this question, and for that I apologize. As you can imagine, I get quite a few questions on Houzz; I’m afraid this one just got away from me. If you are still interested in learning the answer to your question please let me know and I will do my best to find it for you.


    Best of luck with all your projects!

nlakidzi mpotokwane wrote:Jul 11, 2013
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    Thank you so much for your interest in my work. I know it’s been awhile since you posted this question, and for that I apologize. As you can imagine, I get quite a few questions on Houzz; I’m afraid this one just got away from me. If you are still interested in learning the answer to your question please let me know and I will do my best to find it for you.


    Best of luck with all your projects!

babyb wrote:Jul 19, 2012
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    Thank you so much for your interest in my work. I know it’s been awhile since you posted this question, and for that I apologize. As you can imagine, I get quite a few questions on Houzz; I’m afraid this one just got away from me. If you are still interested in learning the answer to your question please let me know and I will do my best to find it for you.


    Best of luck with all your projects!

Katie Bills wrote:Jun 11, 2018

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

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    Annie Thornton added this to 20 Ways to Rock the Picnic TableMay 24, 2018

    2. Kids’ table. Many of us have childhood memories of eating at the picnic table — maybe one where our feet dangled off the floor and we had to stretch to reach our food on the table. On the back porch of this Craftsman home in Seattle, the kids get a table that’s just their size, nestled into a corner niche.

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    Rock Paper Hammer added this to Create a Master Plan for a Cohesive HomeSep 16, 2013

    Prioritize certain improvements. You know that there are several areas of your home that need changes, but you don’t want to do all the projects at once. So where should you begin? Use your master plan to determine the possibilities and assess your priorities. Often a master plan can help you estimate prices for different project areas in your home; that way you can proceed based on your budget at the time. Maybe you need to tackle the kitchen first, and the master bedroom will have to wait. Either way, keeping the big picture in mind means that everything will work together in the end.

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    Vanessa Brunner added this to How to Choose the Right Exterior ColorJan 24, 2013

    How to start. Take inspiration from your home's architecture, other exterior colors, the surroundings and your personality to narrow down your color choices. See:Clues to Finding the Right Color for Your House5 Easy Tips for Choosing Your Exterior Paint Palette

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    Laura Gaskill added this to Make Your Vacation Home Pay OffJul 28, 2012

    Update outdoor dining and hang-out zones. If you have been putting off decorating the outdoor spaces, now is the time to quit procrastinating and take action. It certainly doesn't need to be fancy, but having an outdoor dining and seating area in a vacation home is a must.

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    Lisa Frederick added this to 5 Easy Tips for Choosing Your Exterior Paint PaletteJul 17, 2012

    5. Never Rely on Paint Chips AloneJust like interior colors, exterior shades can vary significantly from the way they appear on the chip. And because painting an exterior is a bigger undertaking than simply painting a room, you’ll want to get them right the first time. Buy a quart of paint and test it on an inconspicuous area of your home. Study it at various times of day and under different weather conditions. How does it change with the light? Road testing it is the only way to determine for sure if you’ll be happy with it for years to come.Your turn: What colors did you choose for your exterior? Tell us in the Comments.More on HouzzChoosing Color: 1 Cottage, 6 Striking New Color SchemesGet more exterior inspirationWork with a siding contractorFind outdoor decor for your home

    becky
    Becky Harris added this to Fresh Start: Paint the Front DoorJan 3, 2012

    Orange: With Pantone naming Tangerine Tango the color of the year for 2012, it's never been a better time to think about a cheerful orange citrus shade. Consider adding a matching item, like the picnic table in this picture, by painting a rocking chair or your terracotta pots to match.

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    Sharla Balaura added this to My ideasSep 29, 2019

    The dark windows with prominent off-white trim

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    Ela De La Rosa added this to Ela's ideasSep 26, 2019

    Combinación colores y detalles en blanco

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    cinna added this to Exterior PaintSep 24, 2019

    I like the dark grey with the light colored door

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