House in Darien rustic-exterior
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House in Darien Rustic Exterior, New York

Photo credit: Michele Scotto | Sequined Asphault Studio
Example of a mountain style wood exterior home design in New York — Houzz

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Dawn Maxson wrote:
What are the name and brand of the colors of this house? - Are the Shutters the same color as the house?
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Yes can you let us know the paint brand and specific color used for the exterior siding and shutters? Are they both the same color white? What sheen did you use?
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Timberlane Shutters
@listan1 Shutters appear to be the same color white. Love this look. It's so simple, but classy. Please visit us at for more shutter ideas or give us a call at 1-800-250-2221 and talk to one of our shutter specialist. This is beautiful!
baxters1 wrote:
Is the roof a clipped cedar?
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Keith Gardner

Yes, what is that roof product on the main house?

HOME DEKO wrote:
could you please tell the color of siding and shutters
djaroch wrote:
Can you tell me the color of the siding and shutters?
kris1228 wrote:
Love this house! - Do you have a close up of the shutters? Is there a cut out on them?
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Required Documentation Be sure to ask your inspector what specific documentation will be required at the final inspection.Some jurisdictions require that certain percentages of the debris and waste from a job be recycled. In Northern California and other regions, this is documented by a green waste disposal form. The documentation typically confirms that you have used waste disposal facilities that are approved by your jurisdiction. The submittal of this completed form is required before a final inspection will be granted.There are a variety of additional documents that might be required for your project. Insulation certificates are sometimes required of the insulator on a job, confirming appropriate insulation types are installed at floors, walls and ceilings. In some cases HVAC raters are required to test the efficiency of home air conditioning systems, and that ductwork installations are sufficiently airtight.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Crala Caseres added this to otisnollie's ideas
Like this but on a lerger scale
sarefinds added this to Forever House- Aesthetic
Orientation: main house to garage
Paige Barnett added this to Exterior
Simplicity, humility, white, modern colonial, slightly British, slightly French

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