It’s Sunday and we’re at then end of November. I want to squeeze in this months swoon worth style before the November is over. If you missed last months style, you can read all about colonials here. Let’s talk about Tudors today! The Tudor is my mother’s favorite style. I think of her each time I see one. I’ll be honest they hit right at number 2 or 3 on my favorite style list as well. They might just be the most charming of architectures. I love driving through the Atlanta suburbs where 1920’s Tudor homes line the streets. Each one is a little different but all are absolutely stunning. There are so many things about them to admire. Those steep pitched roof lines, rounded door ways and picture windows just make for a beautiful home!
Let’s take a look at some Tudor exteriors.
If you follow my on Instagram, you may have seen this snowy dream on my feed today. I shared it last year as well but thought it was well worth a second share.
I love a good painted Tudor but the natural brick is my favorite. It gives the exterior a regal look.
Rounded doors and door ways are a true Tudor design element. It just screams, welcome!
Tudors can be small and cozy or more grand with plenty of detailed trim and moldings.
Paneled walls are very typical in the Tudor style. I love the touch of sophistication it adds to a space.
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This particular kitchen made me stop in my tracks. It’s extremely cozy without ditching functionality. The back splash tile stretching to the ceiling adds so much charm.
Many Tudor homes will have several built-in storage options. I love this beautiful built-in hutch in this dining room. It keeps the traditional feel while working with more modern touches.
I truly have window envy when it comes to this room! I could just see myself enjoying a cup of coffee in this beautiful little nook. Windows like these are often found in Tudor homes and it’s one my absolute favorite details about them.
Do you love Tudor homes as much as I do? They’re coziness and elegance all in one make for a timeless and classic home.
I’m so happy you joined me for another month of Sunday’s Swoon Worthy Style! My goal is to touch on each style and would love to hear from you if you have a style you’d like for me to share. Have wonderful evening friends and I hope you’ll join me back here this week for our first Christmas home tour!
Thanks for your roundup for Tudor style! I’m in the process of buying a tiny Tudor cottage with the requisite plaster walls and exposed beams, and debating how to add wall treatments onto the textured plaster! Its definitely something I want to do, although the house is more 1920s bungalow than the formal, high end Tudors seen here. Its definitely going to be a challenge choosing furniture, because the trends now are more towards boho scandi or modern farmhouse than traditional/English country/granny chic (which is actually my favorite!) thanks for the inspiration!
Iam so elated
I just love the houses..I finally found the inside
Elements of what I want my house to