PersimmonTraditional Exterior, Boston

This renovation project began with the screen doors. Warped and rotted, they needed replacing. From there, it evolved into a new kitchen, mudroom, reconfigured interior spaces, and a general spiffing up both inside and out. The result is a cohesive product, complete and requiring only regular maintenance.

Photo Credit: Eric Roth

Example of a classic stone gable roof design in Boston —  Houzz
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trishbrown79 wrote:Jul 30, 2013
  • borno
    Are you able to share the BM paint recipe for either of the custom mixes?
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    SV Design
    Unfortunately that is information that we can't give out by request of the client.
lecohen wrote:Feb 28, 2013
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    Beautiful use of natural stones! Should you want to eliminate all related winter can pour on SOLUV resin: clear UV resin binder. SOLUV has been designed for winter states/provinces.
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    SV Design
    Thanks for the info Solecol!
armanino wrote:Oct 15, 2012
  • armanino
    Thank you for such a quick response
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    SV Design
    No Problem!
thebarkers wrote:Mar 8, 2016
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    SV Design

    Thank you for your question. Yes, the door was custom made for this project.

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    Studio 76 Kitchens and Baths

    Just beautiful! @siemasko + Verbridge

anthonycuaresma wrote:Jul 3, 2015
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    SV Design

    Thanks for your question. The roof is asphalt shingles and they were existing prior to renovation.

jessiejadams wrote:Nov 14, 2013
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    SV Design
    Thanks for your question. The color is a custom mix with Benjamin Moore.
annelliot wrote:Aug 15, 2012
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    SV Design
    Thanks for the question! The paint is by Benjamin Moore, but is NOT Persimmon 2088-40. Its a custom mixed color. I believe we started with the persimmon color as the base, and added different variations of colors to get the right hue for this project.

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Erin Lang Norris added this to Gravel Driveways: Crunching the Pros and ConsFeb 24, 2012

Now that you have a quick rundown of what to expect from gravel, let's talk about the fun part: aesthetics. Given the natural tones of the pebbles that make up a gravel driveway, it is likely to be a good choice next to a warm- or neutral-color exterior.

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Sylvia added this to Exterior2 days ago

Idea of same colour door and screen door

charlotte Johnson added this to exterior color scheme ideasJun 2, 2019

red front door and garage doors? too much?

lindsayyates added this to Exterior Doors PaintMar 20, 2019

Paint trin around door same color

Mo Elbanna added this to Our HouseJun 6, 2018

Make an h with stone on the side entrance with bedroom balcony on top. Don’t like H but stone added as border is nice

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