Craftsman, mission and/or bungalow-ish style. This clean, classic approach is sure to make Frank Lloyd Wright proud. Arts and Crafts-style architecture incorporated handcrafted [often locally] wood, glass, and metal work into its interiors. The style was also known for being incredibly sturdy. The term "American Craftsman" didn't originate from the tradesmen creating the movement's details, but rather from a magazine called "The Craftsman". It was founded by Gustav Stickley, a designer and furniture maker whose empire is still going strong today. Gustav is a fun name to say. So is Stickley. I sure hope he thanked his parents for that.