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  • Krystee Dancer

    Detailed cutouts painted in Farrow & Ball’s Drawing Room Blue up the design expectations for what’s behind this entry

  • Erica Reynolds

    entry with wrought iron detail painted in farrow and ball Drawing Room Blue No.253 Exterior Eggshell, pantone cobalt blue color of the month august 2014

  • North Pine Painting LLC

    This entryway gets even more punch with the architectural detail on the covered archway leading to the door - both the trim and the front door are painted in Farrow & Ball 'Drawing Room Blue' No.253. We offer exterior painting in the #Bellingham WA area. http://www.northpinepainting.com

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