About Tudor Houses

About Tudor Houses

About the Victorians and the Tudors

The Victorians painted the houses white and black, the Tudors houses were cream and brown and made of wood and wattle and daub which was made of wet soil and dung which they sometimes coloured pink with pigs blood (thanks Rhys and Sion for that disgusting info). The Tudors didn’t have windows like we do, they had leaded windows. The chimneys were made out of brick to stop the house from catching fire. The overhang of the Gallery made it very dark in the street.



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