Tudor Cottage

Typically I’m drawn to more traditional homes with white cabinets and a lot of white moulding (aka The Hamptons) and very rarely do I like stucco exteriors, but as I was looking through my magazine archive, I came across this house (featured in the May 2010 Traditional Home) by architect Jim Sneed of Bokal & Sneed Architects.

This is the right way to do stucco. I love the smooth cream color paired with dark windows and trim and a thick bronze fascia.

The iron railing was kept simple.

I was surprised to see that no interior designer was credited in the article. The sources list the furnishings as from the owner’s collection. These homeowner’s have great taste.

The floorplan on this house is a great. Local building codes limited the amount of square footage above ground. Mr. Sneed created a floorplan with great flow and nice use of space. This article had me thinking that perhaps I could live in a Tudor home. What is your favorite style of home?

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