admin home decor, 2017-12-17 03:07:21. There are three categories, namely, full Cape Cod, half Cape Cod, and three-quarter Cape Cod house. The full Cape Cod house has a central front door with two windows at each side, the half Cape Cod house has front door at the side of the house with two windows, while the three-quarter Cape Cod house is flanked by two windows on one side and one window on the other. Apart from this main feature, interior decorating schemes of all these three types are identical. Commonly, additions are done so that it can match with the surrounding landscape. It is the reason why subtle designs and natural colors are prominent characteristics of these houses.
admin home decor, 2017-12-17 15:10:25. Selection of paint schemes for an old house is slightly tricky as we do not have much of an idea about the kind of color that will keep the old world charms of the house intact. You can take the help of some magazines or some color charts of the historical buildings from a library. Usually, in the olden days, people used to like those colors that were closer to nature. A variety of shades of red, brown, green or mustard will be just the right choice. These colors will accentuate the minute detail work of architecture of these buildings.
admin home decor, 2017-12-16 03:01:38. There is a lot of scope to experiment when it comes to the color of the doors and the windows. With some muted colors in the background, some bright refreshing colors on the doors and the windows will make the exterior all the more attractive. The less important features of the exteriors like the gutters should have the same color as the main wall as it will help to conceal them in the background color.
admin home decor, 2017-12-16 15:03:09. "Color is best used in small spaces that you pass through. A dramatic color in a room where you're going to be spending a lot of time might feel too heavy or dark, but if you use it in a foyer or pantry, it makes the whole house feel colorful. It also makes the house feel bigger, because it turns a space you might not notice into one that catches your attention."
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