To transform the exterior, the old stucco was removed and the front porch opened up and enhanced with new railing, trim and columns. A new front door in natural wood finish was added as well as a new skirt and stairs in antique brick. A new metal roof was added as well as fresh landscaping.
First-time homeowner Bradley Huber hit on a rich palette for the exterior of his 1930 Craftsman after an unfortunate experiment involving pea green. Paint: Behr's Pencil Point (siding), Chocolate Froth (pale trim), Slate Gray (porch floor and ceiling), and Charcoal Black (dark trim).
Metal roof with small corners and "flip" at the edge of roof (don't know what that's called) very interesting to the eye. Door again, moved toward center enough to create full room to left of entry. traditional exterior by CG&S Design-Build