Tudor Style House Plans, Floor Plans & Designs for Builders
The Tudor style (or more accurately, Tudor Revival) draws upon medieval architecture to create homes with lots of charm. The style is easily distinguished by its use of half-timbering (that is, decorative wood beams laid on the exterior to form patterns). Tudor homes also often feature diamond-pane windows, large chimneys, clipped gables, and the use of stone. Stucco and brick are common, as well as arched entryways.
- Whitewashed plaster with dark beams
- First floor bay window
- Steeply pitched gables