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Pecan Grove Village

Scheme 1 - Pecan Grove Village:
Pecan Grove Village

Body: DEC751 Ash Gray
Trim: DEC773 Heather

Notes: Schemes are crossed over from Sherwin Williams palette. They are not exact crossovers and should not be used for touch-up purposes on current substrate.

Scheme 2 - Pecan Grove Village:
Pecan Grove Village

Body: DEC752 Birchwood
Trim: DE6123 Trail Dust

Notes: Schemes are crossed over from Sherwin Williams palette. They are not exact crossovers and should not be used for touch-up purposes on current substrate.

Scheme 3 - Pecan Grove Village:
Pecan Grove Village

Body: DEC719 Coral Clay
Trim: DE6205 Stucco Tan

Notes: Schemes are crossed over from Sherwin Williams palette. They are not exact crossovers and should not be used for touch-up purposes on current substrate.

Scheme 4 - Pecan Grove Village:
Pecan Grove Village

Body: DE6123 Trail Dust
Trim: DE6122 Dry Creek

Notes: Schemes are crossed over from Sherwin Williams palette. They are not exact crossovers and should not be used for touch-up purposes on current substrate.

Scheme 5 - Pecan Grove Village:
Pecan Grove Village

Body: DEC766 Steveareno Beige
Trim: DE6096 Homestead

Notes: Schemes are crossed over from Sherwin Williams palette. They are not exact crossovers and should not be used for touch-up purposes on current substrate.

Scheme 6 - Pecan Grove Village:
Pecan Grove Village

Body: DEC716 Stonish Beige
Trim: DE6118 Sandpit

Notes: Schemes are crossed over from Sherwin Williams palette. They are not exact crossovers and should not be used for touch-up purposes on current substrate.

Scheme 7 - Pecan Grove Village:
Pecan Grove Village

Body: DE6214 Pigeon Gray
Trim: DE6125 Carved Wood

Notes: Schemes are crossed over from Sherwin Williams palette. They are not exact crossovers and should not be used for touch-up purposes on current substrate.

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).