31,426 brick tudor house Home Design Photos

gordon architecture, inc.
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Neo Tudor New House
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Neo Tudor New House...Brick I want to do
“Copper flashing” — Melissa Blaney
gordon architecture, inc.
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Neo Tudor New House
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Neo Tudor New House
gordon architecture, inc.
7 Reviews
Neo Tudor New House
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Neo Tudor New House
gordon architecture, inc.
7 Reviews
Neo Tudor New House
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Neo Tudor New House
“good stone/mortar color” — brtuffli
gordon architecture, inc.
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Neo Tudor New House
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Neo Tudor New House
“Nothing like this !!!!....Please!!!” — marekb
gordon architecture, inc.
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Neo Tudor New House
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Neo Tudor New House
“Garage door” — jakingiii
DeForest Architects
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Book House
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What are the exterior paint colors for this house
It looks incredible, would like to implement something similar on a Tudor we're renovating in Dallas. Thanks for the feedback.
Modern Tudor Architecture, just looking at a modern reno of a tudor to see if there
Metal doors and roof, brick. Contemporary Tudor
built when Tudor Revival architecture was being used in FQ Story(1930's)
The gray trim with our color brick
“still classic materials but slightly more modern lines” — cnturner82
Soorikian Architecture
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Druid Hills Renovation of historic home - New Children's space in Attic
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It's hard choosing a brown trim paint for my tudor with red brick...what colors did you use? Thanks!
house color please as well as trim color
The details of the house look very picture-framey (Iknow, technical terminology). Its a very Tudor look.
Pitched 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
similarly pitched roofs, with or without the other Tudor details. A pitched roof means there's more space underneath for storage or extra bedrooms. Adding dormers
portion of the house that juts out and is topped with a cross-gabled roof, also with a steep pitch.How to make it your own: Look for houses with similarly
Option for breaking up brick lines
“Don't like this brown. Too bright or shiny” — ariagno
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