Stealable Curb Appeal Ideas from Tudor Revivals

Driving through one of our favorite Tudor Revival hoods in Birmingham, AL, we put on the brakes every time we spotted major curb appeal.

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Pretty Peaks and Valleys

Homeowners: Janice and Chris Peterson
House built in: early 1950s
When they bought it: 1999

\"We love the peaks and valleys in the roof, and no one else has X details!\" — Janice Peterson

Copy the Curb Appeal!
The Gorgeous Gable: A Tudor can be accessorized just like a favorite outfit. Take this dramatic front gable: The flowery X pattern is like jewelry for the house. Those cutouts would be perfect for a porch railing, too. Stucco: Eaglet Beige, Trim: Black Bean (both by Sherwin-Williams).

The Windows: These are casements instead of double-hung windows, so they are hinged at one side and open with a crank. Try andersenwindows.com.

The Driveway: A circle drive made of concrete or pea gravel charms up any entrance.

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