Classic Tudor-style homes are making a comeback. The reqs: pitched gabled roofs, large chimneys, latticed windows, black-and-white facades--and a general fairy-tale look. (Source: Philip Cheung for The Wall Street Journal)
TUDOR REVIVAL Though rare in San Francisco, this adaptation of the English Tudor style includes steeply-pitched roofs, much brick and timbering, leaded glass windows, bargeboards and a variety of surface textures. These structures look Eliza
COLONIAL REVIVAL (1895-1915) Borrowing loosely from early American architecture, the Colonial Revival house often included Palladian windows (from the 16th Century Venetian architect Andrea Palladio, or Andreo Palladian), a four-sided flat-topped hipped roof, clapboarding, shingled facades and stained-glass windows.