Identified by their steeply pitched rooflines and decorative half-timbering, Tudor-style homes range from elaborate mansions to modest suburban residences. See pictures of Tudor homes and get ideas for your own home here.
Notice the Details: The Limewash - The custom mixture of lime, pigment, and water penetrates the brick facade, rather than forming a layer over it, resulting in a finish that has instant patina and can last hundreds of years.
The painted brick on this Tudor softens the transitions between the masonry and the white, half-timber framed adobe panels. The inclusion of the unpainted stonework adds texture while complementing the earthy feel of painted brick.
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Cottage… Striking Victorian-era jewel in the lowlands of Scotland, near Edinburgh. This architectural gem has been well maintained over the years – complete with beautifully cultivated cottage gardens.
A Tudor Revival with some cottage elements. I have a hard-on for Tudor Revivals. Super cute, but would look completely out of place in New Mexico (doesn't mean there isn't some abominable McMansion version of them out there, though).