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A Fresh Take on Tudor - Exterior
A Fresh Take on Tudor - Exterior
TreHus Architects+Interior Designers+Builders
Built in 1930, this classic Tudor home looks fresh and clean after its recent renovation. This addition replaces an earlier sunroom addition that was structurally unsound. It gives the owner a new two-car garage, an expanded kitchen, and a new deck. Photos by Brit Amundson.
San Roque Tudor Renovation
San Roque Tudor Renovation
Giffin & Crane General Contractors, Inc.
Exterior and landscaping.
Traditional beige one-story stucco gable roof idea in Santa Barbara
Southlake Tudor Estate
Southlake Tudor Estate
Stewart Custom Homes
This is a showcase home by Larry Stewart Custom Homes. We are proud to highlight this Tudor style luxury estate situated in Southlake TX.
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Large Renovation
Large Renovation
Orion General Contractors
Elegant two-story exterior home photo in Philadelphia
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Interior Remodel of 1920's Tudor Home
Interior Remodel of 1920's Tudor Home
Wentworth, Inc.
New Tudor style mantle flanked by keyhole chairs
Inspiration for a contemporary family room remodel in DC Metro
My Houzz: Antiques Mingle With Modern Style in a 1920s Tudor
My Houzz: Antiques Mingle With Modern Style in a 1920s Tudor
Theresa Fine
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Tudor Homes
Tudor Homes
Rhino Shield
Inspiration for a large blue two-story exterior home remodel in St Louis
Tudor Homes
Tudor Homes
Rhino Shield
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Hillsborough Tudor Home
Hillsborough Tudor Home
Trademark Architecture + Interiors
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English Tudor
English Tudor
DSA Architects
Example of a large classic two-story brick exterior home design in Chicago
Tudor Homes
Tudor Homes
Rhino Shield
Inspiration for a large beige two-story exterior home remodel in St Louis
Hillsborough Tudor Home
Hillsborough Tudor Home
Trademark Architecture + Interiors
Example of a classic kitchen design in San Francisco
Napa Chic-English Tudor Home
Napa Chic-English Tudor Home
Michelle Wenitsky Interior Design
Jeffrey Totaro Photography
Large transitional beige three-story stone exterior home idea in Philadelphia
Tudor Revival
Tudor Revival
Woodmeister Master Builders
Architect, BirdsEye Design Interior Designer, Seldom Scene Interiors General Contractor, Woodmeister Master Builders Architectural Millwork, Woodmeister Master Builders Photographer, Greg Premru Photography
Timeless Tudor Estate
Timeless Tudor Estate
Bruce Kading Interior Design
Karen Melvin
Elegant two-story exterior home photo in Minneapolis
Heavy Timber Tudor
Heavy Timber Tudor
Luther Paul Weber AIA, Architect
A new Tudor bay added to the front of an existing red brick home using new stone to integrate the base with the existing stone base. Fir windows and cedar trim are stained complementary colors. The darker window color draws out the dark "clinker" bricks. The roof is Certainteed Grand Manor asphalt shingles designed to appear as slate. The gutters and downspouts are copper. The paint of the stucco is Benjamin Moore Exterior low luster in color: “Briarwood”. Hoachlander Davis Photography
1924 Whitefish Bay Tudor Home Addition & Restoration
1924 Whitefish Bay Tudor Home Addition & Restoration
S.J. Janis Company, Inc.
A family room that is 14’ wide and 15’ deep was designed for the rear of the home. An existing concrete patio and portion of an existing small sunroom was removed to make way for the new addition. Once that was completed the excavation and masonry began for a full basement. This area would serve as a shop for the owner as well as provide access to all the electrical components required for the sound system in the new room. The exterior finishes of both the lower and upper were vital in pulling the project together to create a seamless addition on the outside. On the second floor, Hardipanel siding was used with cedar boards to trim around the door and windows. Once again, it matches the style of a dormer that is on the front of the home. On the first level, the existing brick consists of multiple variations of color including red, cream, yellow and black. Some of the brick that was removed from the existing home was reused and reclaimed brick from other homes of that era was used to fulfill the amount needed. The end result is a historical renovation that blends seamlessly with the original home and gives the owner an area to entertain and show off to their friends.
Tudor Home Exterior
Tudor Home Exterior
Petrucci Johnson Homes
Gorgeous custom made tudor/mediterranean home in Metro-Detroit Photo by Dave Freers
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Historic Tudor Residence
Historic Tudor Residence
RWA Architects
Robin Victor Goetz
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