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Bargeboard -  A board attached to the edge of a gable roof. In house styles such as Gothic Revival and Tudor, bargeboards often bear intricate carvings or colorful painted details. Also called vergeboard or gableboard.

Bargeboard - A board attached to the edge of a gable roof. In house styles such as Gothic Revival and Tudor, bargeboards often bear intricate carvings or colorful painted details.

BARGE BOARD SCROLL ONLY an example with scroll work barge board and then fancy collar tie set back from front.

Victorian and Edwardian houses had a porch round the front door; Porches can have a roof on console brackets, a framework of turned wood or fretwork, or brick walls.

perfect door.

In love with the black white and red color schemes :) Red is probably the most versatile and widely used color for entryways because it looks amazing with just about any color and style of exterior. Red door on a white house with black trim?