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Tudor Homes

Inspired by the English Renaissance buildings of the 16th and early 17th centuries, the Tudor architectural style rose in popularity in American suburbs during the 1920s and then spread throughout North America―sometimes incorporating brick exteriors in cooler climates.

“Play up the distinctive elements of your Tudor home with dark trim colors that complement the softer color of your stucco, brick or siding.”

— Sue Kim
Color Trend and
Forecast Specialist

Tudor Style

Among the basic elements are steep roofs, overlapping gables, decorative half-timbers, stone, masonry or stucco exteriors.

Tudor Paint Palettes


Traditional tudor color schemes often feature whites, creams and browns to complement the rich colors in the brick, roof and trim. Take cues from these elements for your palette. Often, light stucco colors are mixed with dark trim to accentuate the style's unique architectural details. For a modern twist, paint the trim a lighter color than the rest of the house.

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