Beverly Hills Home Features Strong Tudor Revival Details
Tudor Revival details are prominent in this Beverly Hills home, including the combination of brick and half-timber framing, arched passageways and leaded, casement-style windows. The diamond ironwork on the upstairs balcony mimics the diamond window panes often found on Tudor-style homes.
Tudor Revival Half-Timber Framing Softened With Neutral Colors
The look of the half-timber framing of this Tudor Revival home is softened with a neutral color palette at this Beverly Hills home. A well-manicured lawn frames patio zones for dining and lounging as well as the nearby swimming pool.
Timeless, Inviting Exterior With Tudor Revival Features
This Beverly Hills home features Tudor Revival-style diamond-shaped window panes and a steeply pitched roof, though the selection of gray shingles and white board and batten siding offer an updated look.
Tudor Family Room Blends Old World and New World Style
The exposed beams and pale yellow wall color extends into the family room that rests just off the dining room, connected by an open archway. Leather sofas, wood furniture and an Oriental rug help to highlight the home's traditional style, while the space is lightened by the natural light that enters the space through the double windows.
A bold red door welcomes you to this charming Tudor-style cottage with brick and half-timbering details. A beautiful front yard landscape features terracing sections for added depth, as seen on HGTV's Curb Appeal.
Oven Vignette in Tudor Kitchen Creates a Focal Point for the Space
The most unique part of this Tudor kitchen is the unique vignette surrounding the oven. The state-of-the-art oven was created with a vintage look, despite it having all the modern day conveniences of a new appliance. Just above the oven, there is an inset in the white subway tile backsplash that provides a focal point for the kitchen, as well as a place to set spices and oil for easy access while cooking. The Vent-a-hood has been concealed behind drywall, painted and given moulding to make the space look a bit more elegant, while still keeping the modern necessities present in the kitchen.
Dining Room in Tudor Home Blends Modern Colors with the Home's Traditional Style
A light, yellow color and the new, open concept floor plan helped to modernize the dining room of this historic home, but the exposed beams and traditional furniture in the space maintain the integrity of the home's Tudor design. This elegant blend is highlighted by the natural light that pours into the home from the large French doors at the back of the space.
Appliances in Tudor Kitchen are Concealed to Blend in With Updated Cabinets
To update the outdated kitchen, designers added new cabinets that were more functional and modern, but still remained true to the historic home's Tudor design. They then concealed the kitchen's major appliances with wood panels that made them blend in with the cabinets, creating a seamless design that is modernized, but still nods to the home's past design.
Neutral tones are used throughout this elegant, Tudor-style dining room. Fabric-covered chairs in muted patterns surround an oval table, while textured curtains and a lantern-like chandelier complete the look.
The Grand Avenue home's exterior is once again grand. Nicole's team meticulously repaired the stucco and recreated all the wood details. A fresh paint job in classic Tudor colors -- cream and brown -- makes it look picture perfect.
Tudor-Style Home Designed by Architect Julia Morgan in San Francisco's Presidio Heights
Julia Morgan, known best for her architectural design of the Hearst Castle, designed the Presidio Heights home which served as the location for the 2015 San Francisco Decorator Showcase. The Tudor home was completed in 1917 and later expanded to feature 9,758 square feet of living space overlooking the San Francisco Bay.
Neutral Tudor Home Exterior With Landscaped Front Yard
The half-timbers and stucco siding on the second story of this home is a classic design element of the Tudor-revival style. Arched doorways, sloping-curved roof lines and leaded windows are also indicative of the style.