Tudor style transformation discussed in article via Washington Post re taking the interior from dark and dingy to Gustavian light and airy. The exterior of Linda Bond& French manor house in Chevy Chase. John McDonnell / The Washington Post
House in Maine, ca. Its seacoast location, sprawling mass, and dark shingles connect it to the Shingle Style of earlier decades. But this house is more formally Colonial Revival with its prominent columns and balustrades.
Soft paint shades make this Tudor stand out in the crowd. Stucco: Sag Harbor Gray, Trim: Gloucester Sage (both by Benjamin Moore). A mortar wash gave the original bricks a pretty, aged patina, and the coordinating roof tiles tie the whole look together.