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Authentic Craftsman style door attributes include: flat (not raised) recessed panels; simple geometry, square "sticking". Choose wood stile & rail or get the same look with molded high density fiberboard for a superb paint substrate with no grain raising, splitting or separation to worry about. "Crossmore" shown - more: http://pinterest.com/lyndendoor/craftsman/
Craftsman look for interior doorsLynden Door
entic Craftsman style door attributes include: flat (not raised) recessed panels; simple geometry, square "sticking". Choose wood stile & rail or get the same look with molded high density fiberboard for a superb paint substrate with no grain raising, splitting or separation to worry about. "Crossmore"
Here is a common three-panel Craftsman door. You can find these painted or in stained wood, particularly oak.
Lever handles and nice craftsman style door.
Craftsman style doors are a great way to add class to your home. Did you know the "Craftsman" style started during the industrial revolution? It promoted hand-made work done by craftsmen, while the rest
three-panel Craftsman door. You can find these painted or in stained wood, particularly oak.
The Danube plan front porchBrooks Ballard
A new craftsman bungalow with historic charm.
This newer Craftsman revival house employs gable end details similar to the previous two examples, but tapered porch supports rest on square brick piers here. Distinctive to this style, tapered posts on some
newer Craftsman revival house employs gable end details similar to the previous two examples, but tapered porch supports rest on square brick piers here. Distinctive to this style, tapered posts on some originals may be of wood or stone. Notice that the brick extends to form the porch railing and that
Plaza Midwood Craftsman - 2nd Story Additionstirling group inc
Midwood Craftsman - 2nd Story Addition
Carolina, Craftsman house got a second floor in its remodel. A double front gable with a cross side gable over a porch defines the original structure. The new second level rises at a comfortable distance behind. A smaller front-facing gable breaks down the side gable of the new upper floor. Shingles cover
4468 Pine CrescentTavan Developments
ectic Craftsman HomesThis enchanting Vancouver house borrows from American Tudor for its half-timbered applique, as well as the Shingle style for the eyebrow dormer and medieval massing. Regardless, the Craftsman theme is carried out through exposed rafter tails, shingle and stucco siding, and a prominent
Santa Monica Beach HouseEvens Architects
1903 Craftsman house in California. Like the
of the Craftsman house, this Los Angeles–area house has been lovingly remodeled and updated. Notice the unique window mullions, which loosely resemble Prairie details. Prairie style had some influence over this one, as it was also popular in the early 20th century. Double square columns comprise the porch
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.
Craftsman Inspired KitchenBrooke B. Sammons
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.
building a craftsman home and struggling to find a nice 5 panel door. Who made these? Than
"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 back, those hanging lights might disappear! :0)
specializes in Craftsman and Art Nouveau tile design.
windows and Craftsman 3 panel doors with black hinges from them for our new house. Came in below our budget. Extremely happy with them.
this is a Craftsman Inspired kitchen we used Quarter Sawn Oak for all the mill work in the kitchen. With out going back through all of my notes and just relying on my memory, I'd say the kitchen is 9' and it goes up to 10' in the breakfast nook. Are you building or remodeling?
Northwest Contemporary ExteriorPaul Moon Design
other Craftsman homes - like this look and the blend of stone and stucco
Does not have the busy roof line we have been seeing on other Craftsman homes - like this look and the blend
Craftsman bungalow. Influenced by the English Arts and Crafts movement, American Craftsman houses are known for their solid, quality construction, low-slung profile and use of natural materials like stone and shingles made of wood. Most common in California, Craftsman homes can also be found across the
shelves, Craftsman homes make excellent use of a compact space. Repairing and replacing period details can be costly.More about Craftsman-style homes
Craftsman exteriorLawrence and Gomez Architects
Craftsman transformation including front entry, porch, and period details
Simpson Craftsman Series Solano 2 6841 in fir with matching side lights.
The bottom of the lantern is 7'-8" above the surface of the porch. The lantern is Glasgow by Arroyo Craftsman.
Hi, Iquinnie, thankyou for your question. The front door Simpson Craftsman Series Solano 2 6841 in fir.
I love the square columns with the craftsman look.
Can we bring craftsman style elements to our home?
Makes It CraftsmanA low-pitched, gabled roof. The low-slung rooflines reflect the influence of Oriental architecture on the style. These roofs typically have a wide, unenclosed eave overhang with decorative supports. Roofs with a low pitch are typically better suited to warmer climates, where snow and ice
West Seattle CraftsmanSortun-Vos Architects, P.S.
Fabulous remodel - love the Craftsman and Tudor mix - love the views. Elegant - rich without being ostentatious
Craftsman style, colors, stone work, it looks great!
The craftsman style and the porch
Craftsman exterior; paint window sahes a standout color
Tudor with Craftsman touches, the couple wanted a straight Craftsman appearance on the exterior. “We wanted a simple, stronger face to the house,” Nychay says. “Bigger shingles and a simple color with a little statement.” The latter comes from a punch of color around the window sashes and on the front door
Front ExteriorJoe Carrick Design - Custom Home Design
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
craftsman teahouseGardner Mohr Architects LLC
about Craftsman Teahouse roof. The main roof pitch is 10.25:12, the side dormer pitch is 5:12, and the front dormer pitch is 4:12. Hope this is helpful!
Thank you for the comment about Craftsman Teahouse roof. The roof shingle is by EcoStar. Product information regarding attachment methods
they a Craftsman element? Lovely restoration! Thank you
Classy and functional- Striking Craftsman style
When Craftsman homes have dormers, they tend to be wider and stand out on their own, unlike the pairs of dormers that typically appear in Cape Cod–style cottages. Single dormers are often wide enough for two to three windows. Dormers, especially wide ones, can transform unused attics into livable space
The Cleveland Park neighborhood of Washington, D.C boasts some of the most beautiful and well maintained bungalows of the late 19th century. Residential streets are distinguished by the most significant craftsman icon, the front porch.
Porter Street BungalowMoore Architects, PC
significant craftsman icon, the front porch. Porter Street Bungalow was different. The stucco walls on the right and left side elevations were the first indication of an original bungalow form. Yet the swooping roof, so characteristic of the period, was terminated at the front by a first floor enclosure that
Craftsman style? If it is, I don't like it
common Craftsman characteristic. Also notice the mixture of stucco and shingle siding.
The Craftsman became the most popular home style between 1905 and into the 1920s in the U.S., due to the expansion of magazines and the availability of kit homes. Many of these homes had a low-pitched gable roof