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Or: http://retrorenovation.com/2013/11/22/m ... minnesota/
Then the question of window trim color comes into play. Monochrome or contrast? I would downplay the windows by painting them the same color, at least if the goal is to make the house appear as Wrightian as possible without modifying anything other than color.
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In the houses we're looking at, sash color might better match the trim, minimizing the difference between operating and fixed glass. And doors would not call attention to themselves; typical MCM bright-colored front doors have no place in Wright's palette, where all solid doors would be as plain as possible and colored to match sash and/or trim color -- i.e., not painted but natural-wood-hued.
The house is for sale (certainly not the one that we've been looking at on the previous page?):
https://discover.research.uiowa.edu/his ... r-historic
Wehner worked with Henry Fisk:
http://www.press-citizen.com/story/opin ... /92843586/
He also designed and built 25 houses for Habitat for Humanity!