Cloud ResidenceMidcentury Entry, San Francisco

David Wakely Photography

The siding and eaves/fascia are Benjamin Moore colors. The siding is Graphite (#1603) and the eaves and fascia are Gunmetal (#1602). The stucco is the best match for Benjamin Moore color Timberwolf (#1600). The door is Benjamin Moore's "Tequila Lime" #2028-30, semi gloss.

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Midcentury entryway in San Francisco. —  Houzz
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Janine van Leeuwen Interiors added this to 10 Steps to Prepare Your House for Holiday Rentals14 March 2016

If you can, install exterior lighting on a sensor at your front door that lights up your entrance and street number. If you cannot bring in the electrician, grab a can of paint and some inspiration and make your entranceway and house identification fun and sharp on the eye.

Robin Braithwaite added this to 10 Outdoor Jobs to Get Done in February19 December 2015

1. Clean up the front of houseFirst impressions count and a clean house exterior adds enormous kerb appeal. The ideal tool for cleaning the exterior of your home is a high-pressure washer or Gerni gun. Before you get started:make sure all the windows and doors are securely closed, wear protective glasses to prevent debris getting in your eyes,check the pressure on the machine, you don’t want to strip the paint! Pre-treat soiled areas with a cleaning solution, then spray at a downward angle and keep the hose moving side to side.While you’re cleaning, avoid spraying the windows as the pressure could result in breakage.TIP: If you have a problem with mould and mildew, consider adding a weak solution of hydrogen peroxide to the mix.

Kerryn Ramsey added this to 10 Retro Ideas Reworked For Modern Exteriors12 December 2015

8. Striking rooflineTo add an edge to a mid-century home, the architect of this home added rows of slats to the building’s exterior. They not only follow the line of the skillion roof, but also provide extra shading and privacy for the upstairs bedrooms.Homes with architectural sunscreen

Natasha Saroca added this to 10 Homes With Serious Kerb Appeal22 April 2015

5. High expectationsDramatic rooflines like this angular design never fail to command attention and enhance any street view. Here, several rows of exterior slates and a trio of windows that follow the line of the skillion roof work in tandem with the apple green door to draw further attention to the sloping surface.More: 12 Roofs That Rule the Roost

Joanna Tovia added this to Colour Splash: How to Feature Your Favourite Hues19 June 2014

Make an entrancePaint your front door an unexpected colour and you could transform the facade of your home from frumpy to funky.

Jenny Drew added this to 17 Easy Ways to Maximise Your Home's Kerb Appeal6 May 2014

1. Add big, bold house numbersIt’s so easy to replace house numbers, and this one task can make a huge impact. Echo your house style in the numbers you choose – a clean sans serif font for a modern house, handpainted tiles for a cottage, aged copper for a rustic-style home, etc.2. Paint the front doorA front door that ‘pops’ can be hugely cheering. A relatively small effort can make a huge difference to your home’s exterior.

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