for my tudor with red brick...what colors did you use? Thanks!
Here is an example of a traditional Tudor-style home with decorative half-timber boards.
dormers are classic in tudor homes - consider this for the 2nd floor
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 windows; It also includes a large chimeney and all of this is covered several steep gables that make up the roof.
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