500,152 Craftsman style Home Design Photos

Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Cedar Bluff
Ideabooks15,917
Questions8
Perched atop a bluff overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, this new residence adds a modern twist to the classic Shingle Style. The house is anchored to the land by stone retaining walls made entirely of granite taken from the site during construction. Clad almost entirely in cedar shingles, the house will
Staircase posts are very nice craftsman style
can be added to a transitional style home
off strength, character and top-notch craftsmanship. Get this look: Craftsman style works well in an authentic setting or in a transitional home with Craftsman elements added here and there. Feel free to sprinkle bits of Craftsman style around your home — just pay attention to straight lines and uncomplicated
These newel posts are Craftsman style, and the diamond detail is repeated in the fretwork of the spindle and the panes of the window.
“Newell post + railing.” — barsuda
Joe Carrick Design - Custom Home Design
28 Reviews
Front Exterior
Ideabooks34,917
Questions17
I thought all of these homes were suppose to be "Ranch style homes", this is not, right?
information available to us. More often than not, if you can take a photo like this to your local mason, they can help you find something similar in style and color.
craftsman style with stone, simple and peace
Like the style and stone use
Craftsman / Bungalow Style Home Exterior
Craftsman. The traditional Craftsman home builds from the Prairie Style with addition of exposed rafters, decorative brackets under the eaves and stone porch supports and chimney. Updates: This new construction played up the Craftsman style home with more complex roof lines and color combination.
details. Craftsman bungalows almost always feature a mix of materials. The siding is typically wooden clapboard (though shingled siding is also common), but porch piers and foundations are often made of stone. Brick, concrete block and stucco are also sometimes used. Take a page from the Craftsman stylebook
“house” — Nicole Wedel-broadnax
Brooke B. Sammons
2 Reviews
Craftsman Inspired Kitchen
Ideabooks43,256
Questions37
Remodel in historical Munger Place, this house is a Craftsman Style Reproduction built in the 1980's. The Kitchen and Study were remodeled to be more in keeping with the Craftsman style originally intended for home.
Hi Brooke. We are building a craftsman home and struggling to find a nice 5 panel door. Who made these? Than
For this to be a "new" Craftsman design, I am all on board this one. Cabinets are perfect & are those big doors on the fridge?? If so...excellent idea. Oh...and if you turned your
I love these doors. What is the style called and where can I find them? Thank you!
Maritech Windows & Doors, in Carrollton, TX; the website does not list specific doors, but provide them a style reference and they can price it for you. We purchased all our windows and Craftsman 3 panel doors with black hinges from them for our new house. Came in below our budget. Extremely happy with
“backsplash” — sdimitt
Joseph Metzler / SALA Architects
4 Reviews
Kirkman Master Bath
Ideabooks5,263
Questions10
measurements and photos - you probably wouldn't see the space in person. I would like one 24" X 18 - for a small powder room in an Arts and Crafts style (1910) house. Would like it out of (ideally) chestnut) or else quarter sawn oak or some other interestingly grained hardwood. I would like the top
Craftsman style - use of tile
Arts and Crafts style; vanity, wall tile
Wood trim, emerald tiles, green marble top, american Craftsman style
farmhouse-style dining room etc.) But the great thing about Craftsman style is that most homes have adapted many of its elements over the years, making it an easy style to incorporate. “I think so many houses have American Arts and Crafts elements and detailing because it’s a very popular style, and one
“im intrigued by this - is the toilet to the right and a shower to the left -separated by a wall behi” — Susan Fitzmaurice
RW Anderson Homes
Greenlake Craftsman
Ideabooks15,457
Questions13
This looks pretty cool. This is the style of of door I want except I don't like the decorative glass.
and stripes or mismatch your socks, it's just as visually jarring and incongruous to place, for example, a Craftsman-style door on a modern house or Prairie-style window grids on a colonial-style home.And don't forget the garage door. Make sure it's carefully considered as it's more often than not the
test of Craftsman bungalows is how their doors are styled. Almost all original versions have glass panes in the upper third of the door, separated from the bottom paneled portion by a thick piece of trim. Swapping out your door for a Craftsman one is another way to incorporate a little of the style into
“Door” — purplepal27
HartmanBaldwin Design/Build
6 Reviews
Bassett Residence
Ideabooks16,654
Questions9
This is a very interesting way of creating a pass-through in an older style home (this is a craftsman).
“The worst advice ever was a kitchen remodel in a beautiful Craftsman-style cottage. The owners had contracted me to design and manage the construction. The finish carpenter they had brought on wanted to distress all the clear fir Craftsman woodwork in the house with a blowtorch to give it more ‘character
Framed by cabinetry and moldings, this Craftsman-style pass-through creates the impression of a piece of freestanding furniture.
“Wood!” — purplepal27
James Witt Homes
7 Reviews
Craftsman Style
Ideabooks7,745
Questions3
Tribute to Greene and Greene Craftsman Style
Craftsman whimsy and don't miss brick cobble column
A hallmark of the Craftsman style, a grand entry door is made even more stunning with the addition of a series of stained glass scenes. This is a perfect and authentic application of stained glass for the Craftsman style.
“house number and front door” — davemegblue
Kerrie L. Kelly
45 Reviews
Architecture Walk: Exterior Styles and Palettes
Ideabooks5,921
Questions6
Architecture Walk: Exterior Styles and Palettes
modern craftsman - what is the exterior finish?
The Craftsman style of the early 20th century sported a darker, earthier color scheme using deep browns, greens and reds. The current popularity of the style is making more homeowners consider richer color schemes.
The color of this sweet Craftsman-style home's exterior? "Artichoke" by Dunn Edwards
“Green” — Julie Potter
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