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    • Holly Wood

      After: French Twist Rough stucco slathered over pinkish brick added several inches in thickness to the walls. A new slate roof received a gentle sweep on the ends. Lower windows were swapped for slender French doors with arched tops, paneled bottoms, and iron hardware. The main entry now features an arched, solid-wood door flanked by sidelights that continue its curve. A rustic stone arch crowns the entry. A cut-stone terrace across the front of the house.

    • Krista Hansen

      After: French Twist Home Exterior- before & after

    • Erin Sweeney

      French style. Love the multiple french doors and the garden wall.

    • May

      French styled country home.

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