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The earliest colonial houses were unpainted, but during the revolutionary era, stylish architecture began to appear on American streetscapes. Named after the English kings who occupied the throne, the proud Georgian house was often dressed in colonial yellow, Spanish brown, or white. Trim colors were most often whites or off whites like sandstone.
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