Gwyneth Paltrow's house via decorpad While interior design is a primary focus at TPP, I also love being charmed by a home's exterior. Ever since I can remember, I've fixated on facades scrutinizing and analyzing them as I peer out a car window, go for a walk, or look at home magazines. I'm noticing more and more front doors painted blue, and it's a trend I like a lot. Veranda House Interiors Southern Living via Martha Stewart via Marcus Design Blog The houses above and below are here in Dallas, and I snapped these photos with my phone. I love them both, and I'm keeping an eye out for more : ).
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