English Tudor-Inspired Living Room in San Francisco

This English Tudor-inspired living room overlooking the San Fransisco Bay was made to honor the traditional Tudor architecture while also reflecting the vibrant personality of the homeowner. The client's style was added with colors, patterns and fabrics to accent the traditional style of the room.
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July 07, 2015

Photo By: Kristina Wolf

Photo By: Kristina Wolf

Photo By: Kristina Wolf

Photo By: Kristina Wolf

Photo By: Kristina Wolf

Photo By: Kristina Wolf

Photo By: Kristina Wolf

Photo By: Kristina Wolf

Photo By: Kristina Wolf

Photo By: Kristina Wolf

Tudor Revival Windows

The windows are a distinctive feature in this living room. They're made up of tall and narrow panes of glass hung in rows. The large panes of glass feature smaller leaded panes in a rectangular pattern common to Tudor revival homes.

Chandelier Takes Advantage of Ceiling

A tiered chandelier takes advantage of the steep, gabled ceiling in this living room. Despite the shiny light fixture, dark timber and plaster walls give the living room a weathered look.

Royal Colors in Living Room

A little color and pattern goes a long way in this Tudor-inspired living room. A charcoal sectional is topped with colorful and textural throw pillows ranging from ikat to flokati. Rich purple accent chairs tie in the contemporary area rug and offer a subtle pattern of their own.

Flokati & Patterned Pillows

Throw pillows add textural flair to the subdued sectional. A traditional table lamp and fresh-cut flowers sit atop a console table that is tucked behind the sofa.

Ornately Carved Fireplace

A wall fireplace, a feature introduced in the 16th century, is common in Tudor design. An ornately carved fireplace surround enhances the period look.

English Tudor Entry

Contemporary furnishings paired with primitive architectural features create a dynamic juxtaposition in this living room. The primitive doorframe and creamy walls are characteristic of Tudor charm.

Dining Room With Zebra Rug

To the side of the seating area, a tiered table is surrounded by wooden armchairs. A handsome blend of medieval wood furnishings, an animal-print rug and an artful display of tabletop accessories bring character and charm to the space.

Accent Table With Etched Tabletop

The accent table features several small tabletops surrounding a raised center, which makes the piece so interesting.

Medieval Accent Chair

A brawny medieval chair feels right at home in the space. Complete with a leather seat and flokati throw, the piece radiates masculinity.

Branch Displayed as Art

In the corner, a spindly tree branch offers an organic display of shape and lines against the stark white walls. A sculptural cage supports the limb, adding more lines to the mix.

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