Palo Alto Arts and Crafts craftsman-exterior
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Palo Alto Arts and Crafts Craftsman Exterior, San Francisco

Traditional style new residence in Palo Alto, California.
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Michael Byron wrote:
Windows - Want to replace my existing windows. Love the 3 over 1 look. Concerned my width is too skinny, 32". Your opinion is appreciated .
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FGY Architects

Hello, thank you for your question. This set of 3 main level windows adds up to about 12' across for the breakfast nook area. If 32" is your total width for the windows, it would be best to go with a single window. I hope this helps.

Best regards, FGY

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Syl

Are the windows custom or can they be purchased from the manufacturer?

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Lisa Stott wrote:
What color is this house?
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FGY Architects
We used a Cabot stain called Spanish Moss on the shingles.
- FGY
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vjlewis

what is the trim color?

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housebuilding126 wrote:
What is the width of the exterior trim? Thank you!
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FGY Architects

The width of the exterior trim at the lower level is around 12'-0". At the upper windows, 6'-0" wide. - FGY

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whitepeony wrote:
shingle color? - Are these a standard colored shingle or special order?
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FGY Architects
We used a Cabot stain called Spanish Moss on the shingles.
- FGY
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rcompson wrote:
House exterior - Love you choice in colors. Trim color?
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What Houzzers are commenting on:

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Windows with single grid at top
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color Benjamine Moore (steel wool) top and bottom brackets
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windows and brackets in roof, shingles
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Like some elements. Use of white trim a bit too thick. Not sue about the supports under the eaves

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