This Craftsman style home wraps around an outdoor courtyard, allowing natural light to spill deep into the interior living spaces throughout the home.
Craftsman houses are often painted dark colors, like maroon, brown and dark green. This muted yellow home is given a major dose of happy with those bright yellow pillars. Mixing different tones of the same color is a great way to highlight architecture and give a home some color without going too bright
example of a Craftsman bungalow, a popular style for Seattle homes. The bungalow aesthetic was a reaction to the fussiness of the Victorian period and is characterized by clean lines, gabled roofs, deep eaves with exposed rafter ends and generous porches. This neighborhood is filled with bungalows painted in
charming Craftsman classic style home has a large inviting front porch, original architectural details and woodwork throughout. The original two-story 1,963 sq foot home was built in 1912 with 4 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. Our design build project added 700 sq feet to the home and 1,050 sq feet to the outdoor
master craftsman restored and rebuilt the trim, wainscoting, beamed ceilings, and the built-in hutch. The quaint kitchen was brought back to life with new cabinetry made from douglas fir and also upgraded with a brand new bathroom and laundry room. Throughout the home we replaced the windows with energy