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Ranch LaneTraditional Exterior, Los Angeles

Inspiration for a timeless white two-story wood exterior home remodel in Los Angeles —  Houzz
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Sara Syrett wrote:Aug 11, 2013
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    Core Development Group, Inc.
    Vanilla Milkshake by Benjamin Moore. Yes, its really called Vanilla Milkshake. I would caution you to test a few different whites as the color will look different depending on the lighting, exposure, and what's around it.
  • Sara Syrett
    I have tried about 5 different whites as well as about 5 that are close to white, and they all look so different depending on the lighting, etc. I'm getting a bit overwhelmed trying to pick the color. One will look good, then the light changes and it looks all wrong. I am testing on a dark brown stained home so I also think that the color of the home is affecting the colors I am sampling. Any advice?
nyulloa wrote:Apr 21, 2014
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    Core Development Group, Inc.
    1x6 Clear redwood was used, Its 42" tall.
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    studio h2o
    This is a thoughtful design. Very nice. Would you be able to provide details on the gate hardware, please? Hinges, latch, etc. Thanks!
erin2401 wrote:May 26, 2014
  • jesseanne
    This is not my house but I saw your question- those trees look like wild plums. they don't get super big and the bear fruit in the spring.
lotusmaxim wrote:Sep 30, 2014
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          Ann Fernandez wrote:Dec 4, 2013

            What Houzz contributors are saying:

            Matthew Ankeny added this to 7 Questions to Help You Pick the Right Front-Yard FenceMay 22, 2014

            5. Do you want to complement or contrast your home’s style? “Not everything is supposed to match or coordinate together,” Hreno says. “Sometimes the uniqueness of things makes each one stand out on their own.”Considering your home’s style doesn’t mean you have to imitate it. There are times that offering a contrast of color or design will open up a new “dialogue between things,” Hreno says. Contrasting materials can help each individual part stand out, making a statement with both house and fence design.Shown: On this contemporary farmhouse, the horizontal wooden fence reinforces the symmetrical balance of the home’s architecture, but the contrast between the wood and the white siding highlights both the fence and the siding.

            J. Peterson Garden Design added this to 7 Great Structures for an Attractive Front YardAug 29, 2013

            3. Gates. Gates can be built into a fence to signal your visitors where to enter, or they can be added to an arbor for a charming effect. A well-placed and thoughtfully constructed gate sets off the entry while creating a bit of separation from the rest of the world. While not a necessity in most cases, gates provide a thoughtful transition from one space to another.Tip: Choose your gate hardware wisely — gate latches that are too difficult for visitors to easily open are frustrating, and leave family and friends waiting awkwardly on the sidewalk until you come to rescue them.More guides to fences and gates

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            maxted0223 added this to 911 ShartellMay 3, 2019

            The fence, the color pallet for the paint for outside of the house!

            The Design Partner added this to Deodara ExteriorApr 9, 2019

            I like this one a lot. So does Kris but no cement columns.

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