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AGC Masonry, Inc
Remodeling in Roseland
tudor b/c it has a medieval look to it and multi-pane windows
Tudor because it has a midieval look and multi-pane windows
tudor-half timbering old english style houses
Love this Tudor, I'm a Fan!!!
Combo of stone and brick with tudor
Tudor StyleNamed more for a period than for physical attributes, Tudor style is eclectic, mixing many medieval English architectures. The type shown here exemplifies American examples popular in the first half of the 20th century. They are most distinctly characterized by steeply pitched, gabled roofs
Druid Hills Renovation of historic home - New Children's space in Attic
for my tudor with red brick...what colors did you use? Thanks!
Just in case we stay tudor
Tudor: This house showcases Tudor style by being constructed out of a stucco and brick exterior that is decorated by half- timbering and tall, narrow
Trim and background color idea for Tudor accent
Roof All Tudor houses have steeply pitched roofs, usually with side gables, meaning the gables "open" on the sides of the house. The steep roofs are often punctuated by dormer windows, like those above. The facade usually features a portion of the house that juts out and is topped with a cross-gabled roof
other Tudor details. A pitched roof means there's more space underneath for storage or extra bedrooms. Adding dormers is a great way not only to boost curb appeal but to bring in natural light.
LDa Architecture & Interiors
Eclectic Modern Tudor Exterior
great way to bring a tudor style out of 1985!
Love the light colors on this tudor home!
TUDOR - Nice details. Has a cottage feel.
Modern Tudor exterior paint
Intricate tudor board design
Tudor Style Home Exterior
eclectic modern tudor exterier
Modern Tudor Exterior
n for tudor...Tudor colors...Updated Tudor Syle...modern tudor look...Tudor color...modern tudor
this is a Tudor because of the half timbering.
this is a Tudor house it has half timbering and resembles an old English cottage
Tudor house: Half timbering and siddings
Tudor trim...stone & tudor...Love Tudor homes!...tudor cottage...tudor front door...Love Tudor style...Tudor entrance...Tudor house...tudor style
DC design show house 2011
1920's tudor house so the materials you see are not newly constructed.
Light Tudor mouse 's back. Farrow n ball
Tudor colors. Would change the window framing to espresso
Tudors look amazing in softer colors
tudor style….lighter color exterior
Colour scheme for tudor
Tudor with great color
exterior for tudor home
Neutral Tudor...Tudor entry...Color of Tudor...Painted tudor...Tudor detail...Tudor exterior...Tudor material
Fusch Architects, Inc.
Private Residence - English / Tudor
I have always love the English tudor home exterior mix of stucco and stone
Its a Tudor, and you can tell by the wood framing
painted brick with added trim (tudor)
Vertical boards (white vs. dark) with cedar shake shingle are a bit of a hybrid between shingle style and Tudor.
Tudor colors, bricks, timbers and overhang
Casa Verde Design
Casa Verde Design
1920 Tudor style home. Kitchen restoration to reflect tudor style. Rosemary Merrill, Designer Susan Gilmore, Photographer
tudor kitchen, tudor shape vent hood,
Tudor style, sconces, sink, Casa Verde Design
Tudor arch on vent hood. Cabinet trim "feet" below sink.
Traditional tudor kitchen
tudor influences in kitchen
tudor style white kitchen
glass panels and tudor cut
Classic 1920s Tudor style kitchen
Tudor Kitchen...tudor details...tudor influence...Tudor Style...Kitchen in a Tudor...1920s tudor kitchen
Murphy & Co. Design
Tudor On The Point
This is a tudor style home because of the half-timbering and tall windows. It also has the massive chimney.
Tudor style window harmony.suited to Lubowa
This is a Tudor style home. It has half wood timbering that supports the house, steeply pitched gable roof, massive chimneys, and tall narrow windows
tudor windows and rock. copper gutters?
features of a Tudor home. Medieval homes in Europe featured walls in which the spaces between the supporting timbers were filled, leaving the structure exposed on the facade. Modern-day houses typically conceal that structure with cladding. The decorative half-timbers on Tudor homes are an effort to mimic authentic
get a Tudor look without having to change your roofline or windows.