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Approved Color Palette - Spanish Meadows :
Spanish Meadows

Main Body Color Option #1: DEC781 Sycamore Stand RL#606
Main Body Color Option #2: DE5179 Bronzed Orange RL#388
Main Body Color Option #3: DE6032 Hazelnut RL#544
Main Body Color Option #4: DE6242 Wells Gray RL#574
Main Body Color Option #5: DEC716 Stonish Beige RL#677
Main Body Color Option #6: DEC728 Madera RL#638
Main Body Color Option #7: DET475 Honey Beehive RL#772
Main Body Color Option #8: DET687 Caramelized RL#984

Notes: Please note: Use Evershield Flat Exterior paint on the stucco. Also, your neighboring home cannot match your home color.

Wood Fence and Wood Trim Color - Spanish Meadows :
Spanish Meadows

Wood Fence and Wood Trim Color : DEA157 Cellar Door RL#446
Back of town home including fence, vertical wooden wall within carport, fascia board and window trim piece: DEA157 Cellar Door RL#446
Carport Ceiling Option #1: DEC716 Stonish Beige RL#677
Carport Ceilings Option #2: DEA157 Cellar Door RL#446
Back doors that have trim around them or in window (French Windows) - Front Door & Door Trim - Cellar Door Color or Stucco Color : DEA157 Cellar Door RL#446
Awning (Below mission tile) in front of town home as well as window trim pieces : DEA157 Cellar Door RL#446

Notes: Please use Semi-Gloss, no exceptions.

Wrought Iron in front and back of town homes - Spanish Meadows :
Spanish Meadows

Wrought Iron Option #1: DEA002 Black RL#476
Wrought Iron Option #2: DEA157 Cellar Door RL#446
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Wrought Iron Option #3: Stucco Color

Notes: The wrought iron can be painted the Cellar Door Color, black or the stucco color


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).