Architects throughout the United States use ROMA products on new structures as well as renovation and historic preservation projects. The ease of application and the durability and look of the product make our limewashes an obvious choice.
This ROMA project was recently published in Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles. It seems only fitting that Architect D. Stanley Dixon would choose our historical products for this home of historical importance. The home was originally designed by James Means, an architect who received his training as an apprentice for the well known architectural firm Hentz, Reed, Adler and later Philip Trammell Shutze. He also attended Georgia Institute of Technology. Means was known for his craftsmanship and attention to detail and designed many beautiful homes in Atlanta from the 50’s until his death in 1979.
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