Tudor Revival

Built in 1929 on a prominent site overlooking the Birmingham Country Club golf course, the interiors of this Tudor Revival home never quite lived up to the beautifully detailed exterior. After a three year gut renovation and addition, this home is now a showplace for homeowners who relish beautiful architecture, antiques and art.
Foyer
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Antique oak paneling is stained a distinctive blue grey tone in the Foyer of this renovated 1929 Tudor Revival home in Mountain Brook, Alabama. [photo by Colleen Duffley]
“Panelling” — mcferguson
Living Room
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Custom plasterwork and a new coved ceiling add period charm to a previously unadorned Living Room in this 1929 Tudor Revival home in Mountain Brook, Alabama. [photo by Colleen Duffley]
“Sofa table” — em&a
Living Room
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A new hand carved limestone mantle adds distinction to the Living Room of this 1929 Tudor Revival home in Mountain Brook, Alabama. [photo by Colleen Duffley]
“Decor” — kikigeb
Living Room draped doorway
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Fabric drapes a pair of 1929 french doors in this Tudor Revival renovation in Mountain Brook, Alabama. [photo by Colleen Duffley]
“Fabric” — belyndabeuthin
Living Room console
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An abstract by Hyunmee Lee hangs above a museum quality Italian console in the Living Room of this 1929 Tudor Revival home in Mountain Brook, Alabama [photo by Colleen Duffley]
“Artwork” — cazzalong
Dining Room
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Paneling and a beamed ceiling of antique oak are highlighted by custom designed foxed mirrors in the Dining Room of a 1929 Tudor Revival home in Mountain Brook, Alabama. [photo by Colleen Duffley]
“Decor” — kikigeb
Wine Cellar
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Antique grey barr limestone flooring is accented by a pecky cypress ceiling in the Wine Cellar of this 1929 Tudor Revival home in Mountain Brook, Alabama. [photo by Colleen Duffley]
“Very narror area inside.” — tunajake
Kitchen
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This kitchen was designed as an addition to a 1929 Tudor Revival home in Mountain Brook, Alabama. Antique oak beams and a pecky cypress island topped with a single massive slab of Venetino marble match the level of fine detail found elsewhere in the home. [photo by Colleen Duffley]
“counter/cabinet” — bpkirkland
Kitchen swedish corner cabinet
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An antique painted Swedish cabinet was the inspiration for the color scheme of this kitchen [photo by Colleen Duffley]
“Wall” — linda62369
Laundry Room
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Quatrefoil cutouts add English Country style charm to the Laundry Room of this 1929 Tudor Revival renovation in Mountain Brook, Alabama. [photo by Colleen Duffley]
“cabinets” — Summer Worden
Keeping Room
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The conservatory like feeling of this room recalls the outdoor garden which previously occupied the space. Stone and timber detailing relate to the architecture of the 1929 Tudor Revival home in Mountain Brook, Alabama. [photo by Colleen Duffley]
“Colors, neutrals, chandelier?” — mcferguson
Keeping Room
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An antique fauteuil sits next to a hand carved limestone mantle in a Keeping Room space that was added to a 1929 Tudor Revival home. [photo by Colleen Duffley]
“Decor” — kikigeb
Gallery
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A carved chest creates the foundation of a simple still life in this Gallery space which connects an original 1929 Tudor Revival home to its Master Bedroom addition. [photo by Colleen Duffley]
“Drapes” — mlindsey2014
Gallery
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An antique settee sits beneath a large window overlooking a private courtyard in this 1929 Tudor Revival home in Mountain Brook, Alabama. [photo by Colleen Duffley]
“windows” — stephfuller
Master Bedroom
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Antique doors add texture to a newly added Master Bedroom suite in this 1929 Tudor Revival home in Mountain Brook, Alabama. [photo by Colleen Duffley]
“Wall detail in living room and chair shape” — Helen Leach
Master Bedroom
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An upholstered alcove shelters the bed in this paneled Master Bedroom in a 1929 Tudor Revival home. [photo by Colleen Duffley]
“arch hood detail” — Susan Lamb Interiors
Guest Bedroom
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A wall of white paper wrapped books adds texture to a Guest Bedroom in the original portion of a 1929 Tudor Revival home in Mountain Brook, Alabama. [photo by Colleen Duffley]
“average m.bedroom length with average sitting room in front of bed and fireplace” — asl studios
Yoga Studio
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Floor to ceiling windows along two long side walls of this room create a peaceful spot for yoga and contemplation. [photo by Colleen Duffley]
“Yoga” — vjgriffin
Guest Cottage
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English Tudor detailing adds instant history to a recreation space added to a 1929 Tudor Revival home in Mountain Brook, Alabama. [photo by Colleen Duffley]
“Ceiling” — nsdds
Guest Cottage
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English Tudor detailing adds instant history to a recreation space added to a 1929 Tudor Revival home in Mountain Brook, Alabama. [photo by Colleen Duffley]
“Fireplace” — 1450mcgraw
Exterior
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A 1929 Tudor Revival home in Mountain Brook, Alabama with additions by Dungan Nequette Architects. [photo by Colleen Duffley]
“Exterior lighting” — Brad Healy
Exterior
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A pergola added to the front of a 1929 Tudor Revival home in Mountain Brook, Alabama. Architecture by Dungan Nequette Architects. [photo by Collleen Duffley]
“The portico” — monicastoten
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