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Mulholland Heights

Scheme 1 - Mulholland Heights:
Approved Schemes

Stucco Color Options: DEW309 Ajo Lily
Trim Color Options: DE6129 Rustic Taupe
Accent Color Options: DE6131 Teddy Bear

Scheme 2 - Mulholland Heights:
Approved Schemes

Stucco Color Options: DE6374 Silver Polish
Trim Color Options: DEW341 Swiss Coffee
Accent Color Options: DE6376 Looking Glass

Scheme 3 - Mulholland Heights:
Approved Schemes

Stucco Color Options: DEW324 Phoenix Villa
Trim Color Options: DE6207 Egyptian Sand
Accent Color Options: DE6216 Barrel Stove

Scheme 4 - Mulholland Heights:
Approved Schemes

Stucco Color Options: DEC724 Spanish White
Trim Color Options: DEC729 Medallion
Accent Color Options: DEA164 Autumn Bark

Scheme 5 - Mulholland Heights:
Approved Schemes

Trim Color Options: DEW337 Gardenia
Accent Color Options: DE6062 Tea Bag
Stucco Color Options: DE6214 Pigeon Gray

Notes: Stucco colored cross-overed from DE 3178 Desert Hue to DE 6214 Pigeon Gray.

Scheme 6 - Mulholland Heights:
Approved Schemes

Stucco Color Options: DEW314 Desert Star
Trim Color Options: DE6116 Dover Plains
Accent Color Options: DE6104 Chic Brick

Scheme 7 - Mulholland Heights:
Approved Schemes

Stucco Color Options: DEW318 Cottage White
Trim Color Options: DEC747 Sahara
Accent Color Options: DEC750 Bison Beige

Scheme 8 - Mulholland Heights:
Approved Schemes

Stucco Color Options: DE6171 Sand Dollar
Trim Color Options: DE6194 Natural Bridge
Accent Color Options: DE6224 Treasure Chest

Scheme 9 - Mulholland Heights:
Approved Schemes

Stucco Color Options: DE6122 Dry Creek
Trim Color Options: DE6120 Tea Biscuit
Accent Color Options: DE6124 Whole Wheat

Scheme 10 - Mulholland Heights:
Approved Schemes

Stucco Color Options: DE6172 Bungalow Taupe
Trim Color Options: DE6169 Milk Mustache
Accent Color Options: DE6201 Rattan Basket

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).