5,580 1920 remodel Craftsman Home Design Photos

SBK Partnership, LLC - ARCHITECTURE
Chevy Chase DC Addition
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love the colors and awesome location....looks as if it has been there since the 1920s....
“love the colors and awesome location....looks as if it has been there since the 1920s....” — sillyann
Watershed Architects
Grove Avenue "The Phoenix"
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1920’s row house
“i like the glass” — kathyeickelberg
Historic Shed
7 Reviews
Bungalow Shed
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A 10'x14' custom shed designed to complement a 1920s bungalow. The all wood shed has a gable roof with eave brackets, cypress siding, cypress bead board doors and salvaged wood windows with custom window boxes. Designed and built by Historic Shed custom outbuildings.
“Horizontal rectangle gable vent design” — bab3615
JWT Associates
4 Reviews
Westwood Residence
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The fireplace features original tiles created by Ernest Batchelder, a renowned tile artist in the 1920s and 1930s in Southern California. Naturally, Troyer left them alone. “Those are worth a fortune now,” he says. Troyer handled all the lighting design, tilework and millwork and helped his clients choose
“Fireplace” — carolelynn62
Heirloom Design Build
7 Reviews
Craftsman Bungalow Renovation
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This 1920s Craftsman bungalow was converted into a duplex at some point during the 1960s. Over the years, the very cool architectural details of the house had fallen into disrepair. The pillars and columns were crooked, the concrete porch was cracked, and the wood was rotting from years of neglect. Heirloom
“Kit” — jbrenzavich
Alex Ventura Masonry Inc.
16 Reviews
Concrete driveway
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1920's concrete finish
Tamara Heather Interior Design, LLC
9 Reviews
Craftsman Home in Elizabeth
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Tamara Heather Interior Design solved the challenge of where to put the televison in this 1920's home, by designing a custom Arts and Crafts style TV/media cabinet that acts as a room divider and defines the entry. Additional updates included a new coffered ceiling, lighting and new paint colors throughout
Tamara Heather Interior Design, LLC
9 Reviews
Craftsman Home in Elizabeth
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Tamara Heather Interior Design solved the challenge of where to put the televison in this 1920's home, by designing a custom Arts and Crafts style TV/media cabinet that acts as a room divider and defines the entry. Additional updates included a new coffered ceiling, lighting and new paint colors throughout
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