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Green Valley Ranch

Scheme 1 - Green Valley Ranch:
The Enclave

DEC747 Sahara
DEC765 Bone

Notes: Either color may be used for the Stucco Body, and the other color must be used on the Fascia, Stucco Accents, Garage Door and Front Door.

Scheme 2 - Green Valley Ranch:
The Enclave

DEC746 Apache Tan
DEC768 Winter Lite

Notes: Either color may be used for the Stucco Body, and the other color must be used on the Fascia, Stucco Accents, Garage Door and Front Door.

Scheme 3 - Green Valley Ranch:
The Enclave

DEW318 Cottage White
DEC717 Baked Potato

Notes: Either color may be used for the Stucco Body, and the other color must be used on the Fascia, Stucco Accents, Garage Door and Front Door.

Scheme 4 - Green Valley Ranch:
The Enclave

DEC720 Cliff's View
DEC718 Mesa Tan

Notes: Either color may be used for the Stucco Body, and the other color must be used on the Fascia, Stucco Accents, Garage Door and Front Door.

Scheme 5 - Green Valley Ranch:
The Enclave

DEW328 Pearl White
DEC720 Cliff's View

Notes: Either color may be used for the Stucco Body, and the other color must be used on the Fascia, Stucco Accents, Garage Door and Front Door.

Scheme 6 - Green Valley Ranch:
The Enclave

DEC716 Stonish Beige
DEW314 Desert Star

Notes: Either color may be used for the Stucco Body, and the other color must be used on the Fascia, Stucco Accents, Garage Door and Front Door.

Scheme 7 - Green Valley Ranch:
The Enclave

DEC761 Cochise
DEC760 Desert Gray

Notes: Either color may be used for the Stucco Body, and the other color must be used on the Fascia, Stucco Accents, Garage Door and Front Door.

Scheme 8 - Green Valley Ranch:
The Enclave

DEC760 Desert Gray
DEC764 Inside Passage

Notes: Either color may be used for the Stucco Body, and the other color must be used on the Fascia, Stucco Accents, Garage Door and Front Door.

Important!

Please verify your final color choices with your community's governing body before undertaking any exterior painting project.

Code Information

  • Alkali-Sensitive: Colors that are more likely to fade early when used on highly alkaline surfaces, such as new masonry.
  • Interior Use Only: Colors with a low resistance to the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays, causing them to fade.
  • Low Hide: Colors that are more transparent and may require multiple coats.
  • Historic: Colors that are historically accurate.

If you are not clear on use of the colors in your scheme, contact our Customer Service department (888) DE-PAINT(337-2468).