"Painted Brick The painted brick on this Tudor softens the transitions between the masonry and the white, half-timber framed adobe panels. The inclusion of the unpainted stonework adds texture while complementing the earthy feel of painted brick." -bhg.com
Plants make a home look more hospitable, as evidenced by this 1937 Tudor cottage, covered in a mix of 'Veilchenblau' and 'New Dawn' climbing roses.
Tudor style transformation discussed in article via Washington Post re taking the interior from dark and dingy to Gustavian light and airy. The exterior of Linda Bond's French manor house in Chevy Chase. John McDonnell / The Washington Post
english tudor style garden from southern living * Recipes * Videos * Sweepstakes Home and Garden»Gardens»Charming Cottage Garden Style Charming Cottage Garden Style On a small lot overflowing with blooms, Betsy Fleenor brings the romance back to her Birmingham garden * Print * | * Email * | * Add Comment * | * Comments (1)