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Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
Gracious front porch
Porch to dress up a cape and make it look craftsman or mission
abled Craftsman HomesA second type of Craftsman features a primary side-gabled roof fronted with another significant gable that can extend to cover porches and other rooms or comprise a second level. This designer of this Washington, D.C.–area remodel grabbed the Craftsman theme and transformed a basic
roots of Craftsman architecture. Also delightful here are the slanted brackets atop the tapered columns. Hefty square piers confidently support those columns and the porch roof. Clapboard siding combines with detailed roof shingles to confirm the personality of this house.
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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 pieces, and stay away from heavily turned or ornate
posts are Craftsman style, and the diamond detail is repeated in the fretwork of the spindle and the panes of the window.
Seattle, WA: Lisa Hebner
window inset color gives nice craftsman feel
Front-Gabled Craftsman HomesThis Seattle house has a full-width porch stretching from one outside end post to the other. The square posts rest atop brick piers that rise to a height just slightly above the porch railing. Many variations of the post and pier are found on Craftsman houses, as illustrated in the
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
common Craftsman detail. Dark gray paint unifies the clapboard and stucco exterior wall finishes on this house.
Moore Architects, PC
Porter Street Bungalow
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
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
Craftsman style double gable and porch
Tudor Craftsman with color
Craftsman with distinct
craftsman with tudor touches
Craftsman with stucco
stately Craftsman partial-width front porch.
Tudor craftsman...craftsman exterior...Craftsman style...porch craftsman...Craftsman Home
Craftsman style room divider
Craftsman trim and colors
so much craftsman...
craftsman dark yucky trim
Craftsman style...Craftsman cabinets
WW Builders Design/Build Associates
Detailed Craftsman Home
ailed Craftsman Front View. Often referred to as a "bungalow" style home, this type of design and layout typically make use of every square foot of usable space. Another benefit to this style home is it lends itself nicely to long, narrow lots and small building footprints. Stunning curb appeal, detaling
are true Craftsman characteristics. Makes you just want to knock on the door to see what's inside! Steven Begleiter/ stevenbegleiterphotography.com
Crafts" "Craftsman Bungalow". I adore these homes! All about warm woods...and beautiful solid architecture. The original ones often had some built ins in the dining rooms & gorgeous light fixtures as well.
designed with Craftsman details likely to be found on originals, but it also has a few features that define it as a neo-Craftsman. Both the arched lintel between the porch posts and the French doors leading onto a deck wrapped by the main roof and parapet railing are distinct contemporary adaptations.
Paul Moon Design
Maybe one day........Craftsman..........one of my favorites
color scheme of this Craftsman Home
landscape. Craftsman houses are normally built upon crawlspace foundations or basements. In the decades following the original Craftsman era, slab foundations came into common use across California and many of the warmer U.S. climates. This important trait can be lost when Craftsman details are applied to
nature, Craftsman homes want to stand up straight and be vertical, as opposed to flowing over the landscape as ranch designs do.