Exterior paint on a half-timbered house
Photo: Nancy Andrews
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Wood wonder

Half-timbered construction developed in Medieval times, when builders framed houses with heavy timbers and then filled in between them with thin strips of wood covered by plaster. Painting the timbers a shade of brown, even tan, works well because it is true to the roots of this architectural detail.
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