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Tudor style homes

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Tudor style homes. Get inspired and try out new things.
What is a Tudor house? I'm all about Tudor Style Houses. I'm sure you know what it is, even if you didn't know it...

What is a Tudor house? I'm all about Tudor Style Houses. I'm sure you know what it is, even if you didn't know its name, you've seen them before. They are far more popular in the North East, and there is good reason for that. They have often been described as "storybook fairy tale houses full of charm," and if you've ever seen one, that's a pretty good description. An original Tudor survives and is preserved to this day in England. The true Tudor houses of England were built at the end of…

this is beautiful!!!! much bigger than anything i would ever want or need but its soooo pretty

European chic, combined with industrial recycling, gives this Tudor-style home a bright and purist ambience.

Tudor-Style Home Ideas That Bring Old-World Style into the Modern Age

Identified by their steeply pitched rooflines and decorative half-timbering, Tudor-style homes range from elaborate mansions to modest suburban residences. These charming structures typically mimic classic English architecture with sturdy materials and romantic details. These examples of Tudor homes bring that old-world style into the modern day.

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Identified by their steeply pitched rooflines and decorative half-timbering, Tudor-style homes range from elaborate mansions to modest suburban residences. These charming structures typically mimic classic English architecture with sturdy materials and romantic details. These examples of Tudor homes bring that old-world style into the modern day.

1923 Textbook Tudor in Portland, Oregon. Built as a model home in the Laurelhurst neighborhood by the owner of Standard Brick & Tile.

1923 Textbook Tudor in Portland, Oregon. Built as a model home in the Laurelhurst neighborhood by the owner of Standard Brick & Tile.