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Plan 83878JW: Attractive Acadian with Grand Rear Porch

Architectural Designs Acadian House Plan 83878JW has an 8'-deep porch in front and an 18'-deep porch in back. That one has a fireplace, making that space function as an outdoor living room. Just over 2,500 square feet of living. Ready when you are. Where do YOU want to build?

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Paint Colors in My Home: My Color Strategy

How to choose paint colors for your home and how having an undertone strategy can greatly help. The Creativity Exchange

Paint Colors in My Home: My Color Strategy

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from Magnolia Market

Fixer Upper

How to transform a tired red brick boring ranch home exterior. This is the same house!!!

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Country Craftsman Traditional Tudor House Plan 98267

Ranch House Plan 98267 | Total Living Area: 2498 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms & 3.5 bathrooms. Stone, siding and cedar shakes blend beautifully together to create a unique look for this rustic ranch style home. The full front porch is ideal for peaceful evenings. #familyhomeplans

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Don't Forget the Back - Pour On the Cottage Charm

Beautiful Southern Home. Wrap around porch. Great landscaping.

Pour On the Cottage Charm

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First Floor Plan of The Birchwood - House Plan Number 1239

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anchor wine rack...NEEEED!! OMG

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There’s a name for the blue of a porch ceiling: Haint Blue. According to Louisiana legend, a “haint” is a spirit or a ghost. The blue paint represents water through which evil spirits can't pass. Some say a blue porch ceiling helps extend daylight as dusk begins to fall, and others still believe that it helps keep bugs away. When the tradition began bugs were deterred by the lye in paint – today many theorize that insects do not nest on blue ceilings because they think the blue paint is the…

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