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LOVE the black painted double front door.  Painted shingles are Chelsea Gray by Benjamin Moore.  White trim and dark charcoal ledgestone.   #KylieMInteriors #ExteriorDesign #PaintedFrontDoor

exterior of home with chelsea gray painted shakes, black painted double front door and white trim with dark charcoal ledgestone

Glossy black door

Unabashedly Prep - A Tour of JFK’s Georgetown Homes - 2808 P Street NW Dark Grey and black door

Bang Bang Chicken - Amazingly crisp chicken bites drizzled with sweet chili mayo - so good, you'll want to double or triple the recipe!

you had me at bang bang!Bang Bang Chicken - Amazingly crisp chicken bites drizzled with sweet chili mayo - so good, you'll want to double or triple the recipe!

Must try this fall! Amazing Crockpot Chicken Taco Chili. - Click image to find more popular food & drink Pinterest pins

Amazing Crockpot Chicken Taco Chili - very similar to taco soup. I only used 1 can of rotel and used white kidney beans instead of dark. Served with chips. A family favorite!

Tomato Basil Chicken - over 700K people can't be wrong!  This step-by-step photo recipe is a huge hit with families, date  night, and company.. and comes in under 30 minutes with all fresh ingredients.

Tomato Basil Chicken - over people can't be wrong! This step-by-step photo recipe is a huge hit with families, date night, and company. and comes in under 30 minutes with all fresh ingredients. date night?

Yoga Sequence That Burns MEGA Calories! Do it as many times as you can.

Sun salutation That Burns MEGA Calories! Do it as many times as you can. Sun salutation That Burns MEGA Calories! Do it as many times as you can.

Bruschetta…. I use fresh tomatoes, fresh garlic, lots of crushed dried oregano, a bit of dried basil, salt, pepper, a dash of garlic salt and olive oil and a bit of red wine vinegar….and I am always told it's the best bruschetta they've ever had….easy peasy

I use fresh tomatoes fresh garlic lots of crushed dried oregano a bit of dried basil salt pepper a dash of garlic salt and olive oil and a bit of red wine vinegar….and I am always told it’s the best bruschetta they’ve ever had….