The Pure White Wonder of Tap Root Hills: A Facelift in Franklin
Franklin, a city steeped in history and culture, houses the Tap Root Hills neighborhood, a treasure of Seward Hall subdivision in Williamson County. Here, architectural beauty meets serene surroundings, and the essence of the place is often captured in the hues of the houses.
- Chosen Color:
Pure White SW 7005 Satin
- City: Franklin
- County: Williamson
- Neighborhood: Tap Root Hills in Seward Hall Subdivision
- Paint Brand Used: Sherwin Williams Emerald
- Scope of Work: Painted Trims, Porch Columns, Doors & Frames, Front Door Sidelight, Garage Door Frame and Attic Vents
Reimagining Spaces with a Splash of Pure White:
When it came to painting specific exterior sections of a house in Tap Root Hills, the choice was simple yet striking - Pure White SW 7005 with a satin finish. This particular shade of white, in its satin avatar, carries an understated elegance, lending an air of sophistication to the edifice.
Starting with the trims, the pristine paint worked its way to the stately porch columns, setting a welcoming ambiance for guests. The doors and their frames were next, gaining a fresh, clean look, further accentuated by the front door sidelight. To give the exterior a complete and cohesive look, the garage door frame and attic vents too received the white treatment, binding all these elements in an unbroken symphony of Pure White.
A Brush with Elegance:
In the world of painting, white is not just a color; it’s an emotion. It signifies purity, clarity, and renewal. By choosing Pure White SW 7005 for the exteriors, this home in Tap Root Hills wasn't just repainted; it was rejuvenated, its every nook and cranny breathing in new life.