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For the final touch, when it comes to the front door in a heritage home, think about making a statement with a bold tone. In this home, black stands out against the crisp white used in the frame and trims, while also tying into the deck nicely. Colours used were Haymes Sense & Haymes Greyology 1

BLACK DOOR+STEPS Haynes Wood Grey on weatherboards white trim and black front door and steps - combining black, white and grey.

Iceberg roses with hedge

John Hamilton Construction – Christchurch Heritage, Character, Traditional Home & Villa Renovation Specialists. iceberg roses with hedge

A Whitemans Valley villa has been restored to its former glory by a Denmark-trained architect who is passionate about preserving our architectural history.

Dane's great love for Kiwi heritage

Amazing house facade and front yard

A darling house that used aspects of formal design to create a wonderful curb appeal. The scale is very correct and balanced. The black fence adds to the formality.

Front garden I designed for an Edwardian house in Woking. Paving by Stonemarket www.stonemarket.co.uk www.judithsharpegardens.co.uk

Front garden Judith Sharpe designed for an Edwardian house in Woking. Paving by Stonemarket www.

Avalon Homestead, Lara, overlooks Corio Bay. It was built in 1880 by James Austin as a family home to replace an earlier building destroyed by fire. It is an important work of architect Alexander Davidson who designed many Western District homes. James and Thomas Austin had arrived in Victoria in 1835; James took up the Avalon property while Thomas settled at Barwon Park, Winchelsea, and the properties were run in partnership for a time. The Austins named this homestead "Avalon" in memory…

Avalon Homestead, Lara, overlooks Corio Bay. It was built in 1880 by James Austin as a family home to replace an earlier building destroyed by fire. It is an important work of architect Alexander Davidson who designed many Western District homes. James and Thomas Austin had arrived in Victoria in 1835; James took up the Avalon property while Thomas settled at Barwon Park, Winchelsea, and the properties were run in partnership for a time. The Austins named this homestead "Avalon" in memory…

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