Huffing and Puffing won't bring this down - Lovely Brick Cottage | Content in a Cottage

Huffing and Puffing won't bring this down - Lovely Brick Cottage | Content in a Cottage

French cottage + shingle detail on dormer | Jeff Baron Homes

Modern Exterior Design Ideas

A gorgeous Tudor home, covered in a mix of 'Veilchenblau' and 'New Dawn' climbing roses.

Step Inside This Beautiful Tudor House and Garden in Alabama

A gorgeous Tudor home, covered in a mix of 'Veilchenblau' and 'New Dawn' climbing roses.

This will be my house. Probably one story in case my knees aren't too good.

Surrey, UK & Beverly Hills, USA Travel Guide Inspired by ‘The Holiday

If there’s one room that I’m most excited to reveal, this would be it. Click below to watch the official Before & After video: The dream kitchen planning began long before purchasin…

The Kitchen: Cottage House Flip Reveal

If there’s one room that I’m most excited to reveal, this would be it. Click below to watch the official Before & After video: The dream kitchen planning began long before purchasin…

The custom mixture of lime, pigment, and water penetrates the brick facade, rather than forming a layer over it, resulting in a finish that has instant patina and can last hundreds of years.     Love it? Get it!Paint: BioCalce Limewash

Notice the Details: The Limewash - New House Gets a 19th-Century Makeover

The custom mixture of lime, pigment, and water penetrates the brick facade, rather than forming a layer over it, resulting in a finish that has instant patina and can last hundreds of years. Love it? Get it!Paint: BioCalce Limewash

The facades of Tudor-style homes are often dominated by one or more prominent, steeply pitched cross gables. This home features two front gables and brick wall cladding. Brick became the preferred wall surface for even the most modest Tudor cottages after masonry veneering was popularized in the 1920s.

Tudor-Style Home Ideas

The facades of Tudor-style homes are often dominated by one or more prominent, steeply pitched cross gables. This home features two front gables and brick wall cladding. Brick became the preferred wall surface for even the most modest Tudor cottages after masonry veneering was popularized in the 1920s.

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