83,882 craftsman Home Design Photos

Joseph Metzler / SALA Architects
4 Reviews
Kirkman Master Bath
Craftsman style - use of tile
Wood trim, emerald tiles, green marble top, american Craftsman style
One of the hallmarks of Craftsman style, also known as American Arts and Crafts, is handcrafted tiles with beautiful glazes, which is why Metzler says the style is particularly well suited for bathrooms, like his design shown here. “There’s often more tile in the bathroom than any other room in a home
(Most people wouldn’t have a traditional kitchen connected to a modern living room and a 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
Brooks Ballard
5 Reviews
The Danube plan front porch
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 originals may be of wood or stone. Notice that the brick extends to form the porch railing and
“cedar shake” — amurgel
Asher Associates Architects
4 Reviews
craftsman style home front exterior. Classic look
Nice melding of Craftsman with the Cape Cod shingle siding.
I like craftsman style, wood shingles, white trim
This shingled Philadelphia-area house shows how varied Craftsman style can be. The prominent front and side gables give it tremendous presence, and the unique hipped porch roof holds a small balcony. Notice the variation of the columns compared to the previous houses shown. The pier has been eliminated
“The style of house” — lukewade1299
Simpson Design Group Architects
5 Reviews
Like prairie/craftsman style and use of stone
Like contemporary feel with some craftsman aspects
modern twist on craftsman style - one of the nicest exteriors we've seen
modernized craftsman
Nice craftsman with hip roofs
craftsman but modern
The contemporary/craftsman style
Front craftsman...modern craftsman
“Love this house!” — vds22
Trey Cole Design & Construction
2 Reviews
Bryant Residence 2007
This is a cool overall look! (But, Craftsman is expen$ive.)
Craftsman green with oak trim
Craftsman front room.
craftsman style trim
lights r craftsman style
fully craftsman...Craftsman fireplace...Love craftsman
“Paint color” — reengreen
Paul Moon Design
4 Reviews
Bend Residence
Maybe one day........Craftsman..........one of my favorites
color scheme of this Craftsman Home
finished 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
applied to ranch-style houses. By nature, Craftsman homes want to stand up straight and be vertical, as opposed to flowing over the landscape as ranch designs do.
“Color, landscape” — Gabhart Investments, Inc.
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
craftsman teahouse
Hi, thank you for your kind words 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
Thank you for the comment about Craftsman Teahouse roof.
Could you please comment on the triangular-shaped windows? Are they a Craftsman element? Lovely restoration! Thank you
Single dormers. 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
“wood columns” — jos182008
Andrew Melaragno
1 Review
Craftsman Home
What is this thing hanging from the gutter? We just bought a Craftsman so I'm looking at pics to get ideas and I've seen quite a few of these things that look like upside down cowbells. Having just moved to the Midwest from Virginia, I have never seen these before. Thank you
Like the stone vs painted craftsman
Tapered columns. This is one of the most distinctive characteristics of Craftsman homes, despite the variation in detailing. Tapered columns, which support the porch roof, are typically short and rest upon massive stone or brick
certain solidity. Not all columns are tapered; another popular variation is the double column.Borrowing the very recognizable porch supports from the Craftsman style is a great way to get a touch of the look without rebuilding your home from scratch.
“posts” — cheryldevries
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