21st Century Tudor

Tudor whole-home remodel

“I wanted to stick to a very traditional floor plan and prove that you could have a beautiful light and open airy feel without blasting out all of the walls.”

Stained glass and custom cabinetry in dining room of this Tudor home remodel in Ann Arbor

The Project

The clients wanted to open up their home to improve flow and connectivity of spaces but were adamant about maintaining the traditional layout of the home with clearly designated living spaces. They wanted to stay true to the 1927 Tudor style and reuse as much as possible.

Meadowlark helped make the space easier to live in by upgrading the master suite, creating mudroom space, redoing the kitchen and creating basement access. At the same time, we upgraded windows and electrical systems and added insulation to make the home more comfortable.

Photos – John Carlson of Carlson Productions LLC

Project Size

After: 2360 sq ft


Whole house gut rehab with mudroom and laundry room addition and unique attached drive-through garage.

Lead Designer

Architectural Resource

Project Manager

Greg Brown

Traditional kitchen design in this Tudor home remodel by Meadowlark in Ann Arbor
Spacious mudroom with stacking washer and dryer in this Tudor home in Ann Arbor
Mudroom with dog shower in this Tudor remodel by Meadowlark
Remodeled master bath with sitting tub in this Tudor home remodel by Meadowlark
Custom stained glass window and reading nook in this Tudor home in Ann Arbor


Item Material
Cabinetry Meadowlark Custom and Brookhaven
Countertops Corian, Cambria Quartz
Flooring/Tile Locally sourced white oak, Cossville and American Olean porcelain tile, reclaimed tile and light fixtures
Siding/Trim Brick, Hardi shingles
Foundation Existing plus poured concrete under new addition and garage
Insulation Spray foam
Other Fence with custom designed metal inserts from Metal Off Main that match custom basement window well covers.  Custom stained glass window on second floor landing made by Amish craftsmen.