Once my house was painted, the planters I currently had no longer worked as well in front of the house. The garage door needed some sprucing up and the trim needed some serious attention.
The designers of Sisters Unique helped us land on the front door color, the shutters, wooden planters and the iron horse by the garage.
We landed on Warm Stone by Sherwin Williams for the Shutters.
We spray painted the flashing on the chimney copper after taping around the bricks and the shingles. This took about 10 minutes to complete.
This project had to be budget friendly... So instead of buying a new garage door and new gutters I was determined to work with what we had. Did you know Annie Sloan Chalk Paint® works on metal too? We decided to use Old White on the gutters just like we did on the brick. This was super easy to do.
We freshened up the garage door with a coat of Martha Stewart's Glass of Milk (same as the trim) and added hardware from Home Depot.
My favorites would have to be the iron horse and the wooden planters.