A small start...



Before

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After

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Do you like my sheet hanging in the window??
~XOXO~

A quick question:
What color would you paint the trim/gutters/wrought iron bars? Currently these are all Hunter Green with some off white/cream vinyl siding around the front window.


12 comments:

Destination Seaborn said...

Wow...big changes already! I can't wait to see what's going on inside.
Lisa

Stout House said...

Brown, paint them dark chocolate brown.. with a beige vinyl.. it looks so classy!! BTW, totally LOVE your blog!!

simpledaisy said...

Ooh...already looking great!!! Hmmmm......i'd choose creamy/khaki:)

Claire said...

Let there be light-so much better without the shrubs-Can't tell what color the siding is but I'd go with all cream and taupr-very soothing and with blend well with the stone-Good luck-Claire

Melinda said...

I say a dark brown for the iron and maybe the trim, and a lighter color for the gutters. Pull a color from one of the shades of brick for that.

InMyOwnStyle said...

I think a white/cream, taupe, and black color scheme would look modern and classic. White/cream on the trim and gutters. Taupe on the siding and black for the wrought iron. A pair of black footed urns at your entrance filled with seasonal flowers would look divine and coordinate with the rest of the brick facade.
My best- Diane

Anonymous said...

One of our neighbors has a light brick like that, and their doors and trim are an icy blue, and it looks fabulous.

Anonymous said...

One of our neighbors has a light brick like that, and their doors and trim are an icy blue, and it looks fabulous.

michelle said...

Love the change! You can see your windows!! I would go with something light like a cream or beige, that would look really pretty! I am sure that what ever you decide it will look great!!

Flower Patch Farmgirl said...

Holy cow! That made a HUGE difference!

I'm no good with exterior colors. I always end up saying "white". :)

Anonymous said...

Can't wait to see more of your transformations and love reading your blog: my suggestions: Body BM Danville Tan or Hancock Gray. Trim: BM Midsummer with the door BM Stonecutter.

Darcy from The I.Design Box said...

My vote is for a rich chocolate as well. If you aren't sure of what brown to choose I would find the deepest tone in the brick facade and go a couple shades darker. Looks great and nice jobe in exposing the front window...HUGE difference.