Cool way to add Arts & Craft style elements to a bathroom or laundry room
A very small touch of color through a contemporary stain glass would really tie in Craftsman style from the outside into a more contemporary design style inside
I really like the use of furniture as a fixture for bathroom sinks. Feels like is makes the room bigger as it doesn't go all the way to the floor and it adds character.
I like the Arts and Crafts design above the fireplace that is also contemporary. Again, this may be a great way to tie the two styles together.
I like the timeless subway tiles. I wouldn't mind sprinkling a little custom design Arts and Crafts tile in the mix to add color and character. I'll try to find something like what I'm thinking.
If we can vault ceilings and wrap trusses, I like the little skylight. From a decorative perspective of like the tree branch plan coming from a elegent vase up into the vaulted area.
I kinda like the island having an open area to give the room an appearance of more space.
I like the cabinets, don't really think the color pallette is good here. Floors are too honey oak.
Another example of very subtle craftsman and comtemporary stain glass to give the home a sense of authenticity, charm and high-end finishes
nice color pallette all around.
I like the color pallette however it requires natural light.
potential look if the trusses can be wrapped. However because the trusses may be so close to each other it may be too busy.
Cool island to tie in craftsman into the kitchen
I like the white tile to lighten up the kitchen and yet also have the warm natural wood. The other picture of this kitchen in this ideabook shows the tile is used a lot and the wood cabinets are sparing.
I like the cool white and the splash for warm wood to tie into the rest of the home. This tub makes me wonder if there is a big square tub that you could step in to with a shower head that is enclosed with clean clear glass. And if big enough perhaps there is an opening furtherest from the shower head that has no glass to step in. This way we can have a shower and bath in the master suite.
I wonder if our big window in the master bedroom can be changed to french doors with a very small faux balcony. This could provide more natural light and in the summer provide a feeling of island living. yeah baby.
I like the tile and color pallette. I love the idea of a big table as the island. Unfortunately it takes away from storage. Find me a way Jake Please!
there it is... storage! a full wall of cabinets. brilliant! also I didn't mention it in another picture where the kitchen cabinet used glass of some kind. I like how it is reflective and if we had sky lights it may add to the overall collection of natural light. I would want straight glass. I would prefer it add an eclectic feel and character to the kitchen
I like the open natural wood shelf with various items, oil and spices to give the kitchen a farmhouse, old school feel. Mixing old and new, arts and crafts with contemporay, wood and stainless and color (light lime, blue tea kettle and harvest flowers). Lauv it!!
How about we build a shed dormer on that back side of the home in such a way that it is not seen at all. Thus may allow even height to create a very small loft big enough for a bed and end tables only. The existing bedroom can be a walk in closet and master bath suite that may have a low ceiling in areas but those areas would be for closet railings, drawers, linens and short stair well to the loft. Architect Steve is going crazy!
Like the bay window storage
laundry chute is cool.
I like the hidden electrical strips. I can be frustrating when you are limited to how far you can move an appliance from available outlets.
I like the sealed concrete. curious as to the price. may be efficiently heated too. hmmm.
I like this... similar to what we had, more finishes and design elements. Like the elegant sconces that look authentic. from a furnishing point of view, I like the small table, vase and orchids. I also like the trim work.
this is a interesting color pallette. unique floor color, whte cabinets, stainless appliances, iron hardware and warm wood island. I like the design elements of the island. I oould see our dining room table and chairs matching that design
cool floors, I like the variety of materials, white, light and dark brown wood. I'd like a little ecletic flare somehow.
Not a huge fan of the wood floor but I like how they have an oriental rug in the mix...kinda like what we had however our rugs could have been better chosen if by design.
I think the tile has a nice touch of color and design with the white subway tile bordering it.
I like the design of the ceiling. Not possible with low ceiling height.
Like the door
what if the trusses can't be completely wrapped to create a vaulted look.... can only the bottom of the trusses be wrapped? The beams would be only going east/west but it may add a few inches of ceiling height in between the trusses. It may prove to be a drywall nightmare. ooooh scary for you maybe?
may be what wrapping trusses might look like. Jake bring me down to reality.
like the white cabs and tile and floor color. Cool but not too cool that it couldn't flow into warmer colors in the living room and tie into the outside colors.
I think I still favor a honed countertop look. open to less color and movement in the granite design. Also open to open materials.
red oven adds a little flair and eclectic character. Lauv it. kinda
I really like the table island. Just need lots of storage
I like the idea of having a shelf like this over the gas stove top. Need to determine how to vent. Still thinking that the East wall is solid cabinets next to and around the fridge with no counter. This frees up a really cool table island and open shelves on the South side around the stove top.
I like how the rugs tie in the warm elements that could be in the living room.
Open to stainless, maybe mixed in with granite or hard wood.
Here's an idea. Need to find a place for the golf cart and outdoor tools. Maybe the garage can be an office/work bench, workout and playhouse all in one.
this style bedroom may flow well with the cooler colors from the kitchen
Dig that size window out for the extra bedroom downstairs in the current storage room. Gettnig crazy now time for bed.