East End Enchantment: A Revival in Color
Nestled in the heart of Nashville's ever-evolving landscape is the historic East End. A neighborhood that elegantly juxtaposes the age-old charm of Nashville with its burgeoning modernity. Every corner, every street, is a testament to the city's rich tapestry of history and the new tales being woven into it.
- Chosen Color:
Roycroft Bottle Green 2847 Flat,
Pure White 7005 Satin
- City: Nashville
- County: Davidson
- Neighborhood: East End
- Paint Brand Used: Sherwin Williams Emerald
- Scope of Work: Painted Hardie Board Siding, Eaves, Trim, Porch Columns, Porch Concrete and Attic Vents
Historic Charm, Modern Craftsmanship:
In one such emblematic home in East End, a transformation was set in motion. The rich depth of the Roycroft Bottle Green draped the Hardie Board Siding, echoing the neighborhood's history and the vibrant tales it still tells. The flat finish of this color provided a muted yet distinctive look, allowing the architectural features of the house to take center stage.
Contrasting this deep, historic hue, Pure White 7005 in a satin finish was meticulously applied to the eaves, trim, and porch columns. The satin finish not only ensures durability against the elements but also offers a gentle sheen that catches the light beautifully. The porch's concrete was given this same pristine treatment, offering a welcoming embrace to all who approach.
To top it off, the attic vents, often overlooked in many paint jobs, were given special attention, ensuring a cohesive look throughout the property.
A Symphony of Shades:
Choosing the esteemed Sherwin Williams Emerald range was not just about premium quality but also about achieving that flawless finish that stands the test of time. Resilient against weather, yet gentle on the eyes, this paint brand was the perfect choice for a home in the historic East End.