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.
Green shrubs and trees add an element of privacy to this Mediterranean style home. A retaining wall keeps the landscape clean and beautiful, and the driveway offers plenty of space for parking thanks to the wide area and two-bay garage.
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.
Built in 1891 in Evanston, Illinois, the house showcases the Tudor Revival style of architecture. The inside has received respectful modern upgrades over the years to keep the kitchen, living areas and seven bedrooms comfortable for today's needs.
To protect the home's original hardwood floors, the designers laid down a thick runner in the foyer. Thanks to its darker hue, the rug creates a sharp contrast with the white walls and brings in a touch of drama that's befitting of a Greek Revival-style home.
This eclectic creamy orange master bedroom, featured on the HGTV series Design on a Dime, is highlighted by striking exposed wood beams and black dresser and chest that contrast with the yellow walls. The master bedroom is in a Spanish revival style home and was made over to give it a vintage look and romantic appeal.
In this Spanish Colonial Revival home, the bathroom is designed to evoke the home's style with tile details and a warm wood vanity. For a modern touch, a small TV is built into the wall to catch up on the news while getting ready.
Elaborate wood carvings on the vanity, dressing table and mirrors bring Old World flair to this Spanish Colonial Revival master bathroom. Light-colored hardwood floors ground the space and combined with soft yellow walls and neutral tiles keep the space bright. Spanish-inspired tiles add a burst of earth-toned color.
Completed in 1930, the Leland Bryant-designed Colonial House is among the last of early Hollywood’s most glamorous and exclusive revival style condominiums, and remains a coveted refuge for the industry’s elite. Golden Age tenants included the likes of Bette Davis, Clark Gable, Carole Lombard and Cary Grant. The penthouse's exterior is protected by the National Register of Historic Places and remains unchanged since it was built.
In addition to a deck with a swimming pool and lounge, this Greek Revival home comes with a private terrace. Here, the owners and their guests can make use of a ping-pong table, a stylish sitting area or enjoy a meal and drinks at the outdoor dining table.
This historic Greek Revival home has a great sense of flow, as the formal sitting room gives way to the dining area. By outfitting the space with an oriental rug, farmhouse-style table and benches, a traditional light fixture and a piece of tiled art that evokes thoughts of Morocco, the designers gave this room a carefully curated, global look as well.
This cottage home takes a cue from several different European styles: The half timbering in the gables gives a nod to Tudor revival. The Gothic arched window and brick front suggest a French Provencal influence.
In this Colonial Revival home, the bathroom features an expansive walk-in shower with neutral tile walls and flooring and a rainfall showerhead. To add a touch of Spanish style, detailed tiles create an elegant base along the floor.
A hallmark of Southwestern architectural style, this adobe home exterior features Pueblo Revival design with a flat roof and rounded exterior walls. A bright red front door and window frames pop against the brown exterior, giving the home character.