In this Tudor kitchen, designers aded aspects that would modernize the space, while make sure the new design kept true to the integrity of the historic Tudor home. The walls are painted a light yellow color that makes the space bright, while the white cabinets and black soapstone countertops help to create a unique contrast. The upper cabinets are glass paneled, creating a more modern display case, while the lower cabinets are updated and have plenty of room for storage. Wood panels cover the kitchen's major appliances to help them seamlessly blend in with the design and create a sophisticated space full of all the modern comforts with plenty of traditional charm.
Wood sheathes the walls and floors of this rustic sitting area and library, while wood beams criss-cross the ceiling, mimicking the wattle-and-daub lines of classic Tudor construction. Bright fabrics and warm lighting give life to the space, and a bay window brings in natural light.
This traditional living space is lined with dark-stained recessed-paneled walls and built-in bookcases. The rich-wood look is continued with the fireplace mantel, coffee table and display column. A tufted leather chair, red upholstered furniture, gold accessories and the decorative fireplace screen add to the upscale, Tudor-style vibe.
Cruise along the gravel driveway that leads up to this pretty Tudor-style cottage. The home’s dark green shutters, stone and shingle siding give the place fairy-tale like feel Mature landscaping and stone hardscaping give the large front yard a park-like feel.
A little color and pattern goes a long way in this Tudor-inspired living room. A charcoal sectional is topped with colorful and textural throw pillows ranging from ikat to flokati. Rich purple accent chairs tie in the contemporary area rug and offer a subtle pattern of their own.
Because this historic Tudor home has such great bones, Bria Hammel Interiors focused on increasing the functionality of each room. In the kitchen, this meant reorienting the space towards the back of the house and making way for spacious countertops, state-of-the-art appliances, an island and a dining area.
Comfortable rolled-arm sofas and a pair of rose-colored wing chairs create a cozy conversation area in a living room with palatial dimensions. The peaked, beamed ceiling of this 6,700-square-foot Tudor home rises to 30 feet, while wood-paneled walls and a large, stone fireplace add warmth and character to the space.
The black and white bathroom in this Tudor home highlights the traditional style of the home's interior spaces. The black and white penny-round tile, wainscoting and white walls reflect that style; however, the teal tub in this sophisticated bathroom helps to liven the space, adding a pop of color and making the space more modern.
Pale walls team with a stately limestone fireplace to give this renovated great room a clean and airy, yet comfortable and homey feel. Wood beams on the ceiling and tall mullioned windows bring warmth to the space and tie in with the Tudor architectural elements on the exterior. A blue wingback chair creates a statement in the mostly neutral space.
The homeowners wanted to transform their once awkward and avoided kitchen into the heart of their home, so they tasked designers with opening up their space to connect it with the dining room and view beyond. In order to accomplish this, designers made structural changes to the home, allowing the kitchen more floor area while still maintaining the vintage charm of this classic Tudor home.
The circular wine room below the rear turret of this Tudor-style home is filled with custom built-in wine racks and stone shelves. Natural stone is used on most of the walls in the space, and reclaimed brick covers all of the floors. The entire space is "reclaimed" since it replaces what was once a garage and basement. Very little heat (or cooling) is used to make these subterranean spaces function properly.