trinity additionContemporary Exterior, Philadelphia

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karenstrauss wrote:Jun 24, 2012
  • somervillelodge
    Finally I have found a picture of black trim on red brick building, Looks great am definately going to use this on my house.
  • John Potkay
    Is the trim here coil stock, or trim boards? Just bought a brick house with wrapped windows and am thinking about replacing the trim with trim boards.
Sarah Aubrey wrote:Feb 26, 2014
  • Marla Pope
    what color are the windows? I have a red brick home with tan mortar, we are wanting to change the color of the trim, bayand box and windows.. Could you give me just a little advice? Would this gray go well with with dark dark bronze? Thank you. :)
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    Rasmussen / Su Architects
    I'm afraid we don't have a record of the window color for this project. Best of luck with your project!
hickhead00 wrote:Apr 8, 2018
Elizabeth McClaran wrote:Sep 8, 2017
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    Rasmussen / Su Architects

    I'm sorry we don't have an exact record of the brick that was used for this project. Oftentimes however we use Glen Gery 53-DD to achieve a clean but traditional look. It's a pretty good complement to the old brick here in the Philadelphia area.

Cathy McVeigh-sinner wrote:Nov 13, 2015
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    Rasmussen / Su Architects

    This was a custom color and unfortunately we do not have a record of the specific make-up. Sorry not to be able to help more!

Karen Sweeney wrote:Jul 29, 2014
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    Rasmussen / Su Architects
    Thanks! The window box was custom made by the carpenters for the project (Main Line Craftsmen of Philadelphia).
dinjohn1 wrote:Oct 31, 2013
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    Rasmussen / Su Architects
    Thank You for the nice comment! To answer your questions, we used a scored stucco in that area as well as on the side of the building.
Jeanne Woodward wrote:Oct 1, 2013
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    Rasmussen / Su Architects
    Thank You! They are Neutra house numbers, which are available at Design Within Reach.
Alicia Latham wrote:Mar 12, 2013
    Sam Joe wrote:Feb 22, 2012

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      lolalina
      Laura Gaskill added this to 17 Ways to Increase Your Home's Curb AppealMar 8, 2013

      17. Create curb appeal even in the city. When you live in the city, it can be hard to personalize your home's exterior. Work with what you have by adding neat window planters, glossy black shutters, good lighting and clearly visible house numbers.See more ways to boost curb appeal

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      Rachel Grace added this to Exterior Panel Shutters Cover All the BasesOct 19, 2012

      A black painted three-panel shutter with 20/40/40 proportions is the obvious shutter choice for the ground-level window of this historic Philadelphia home.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      amos63
      amos63 added this to Odds and EndsApr 24, 2019

      If you have limited area, add window planters to increase curb appeal

      ejwiz
      Emily Wisnewski added this to Exterior Color CombinationsApr 15, 2019

      Greenish base, white for both window & accent trims?

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