13 steps Craftsman Bedroom Design Photos

Cypress Homes, Inc.
N2298 Northmont - Craftsman-Style 1 1/2 Story New Construction Home
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First floor master suite with step tray ceiling and square transom windows.
step tray ceiling
Cypress Homes, Inc.
N2298 Northmont - Craftsman-Style 1 1/2 Story New Construction Home
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First floor master suite with step tray ceiling and square transom windows.
step tray ceiling
Belman Homes
9 Reviews
Rockwood Plan
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stepped ceiling
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Kim Kendall Interiors is a full service Interior Design Firm.
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Master Bedroom Spa Retreat
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The house is terraced to step down into the spa room
“Love the french doors. Could open up entrance to sleeping porch with these. Or 3 seasons room” — Lauren Geiselman
Stange Kraft
4 Reviews
built in cupboards
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Storage under steps
“Rangement comble” — nathaliestonge
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
craftsman teahouse
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Step up to bed, rest of floor plan would be fireplace with built ins
“Nice” — gt687
Envision Web
Custom Waterfall Home Near Lake Burton
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salamanders, or panning for “fool’s gold” in the stream. Just imagine….The Lodge at Gold Mine Falls has all this and more! As you walk up the front steps to The Lodge at Gold Mine Falls, you will notice the craftsmanship of this uniquely one of a kind home made from local stone and granite from a period
scenery at The Lodge at Gold Mine Fall during all four seasons. Opening the Adirondack style door on the other side of the lodge room allows you to step into the Lodge’s addition built at a later date. The four foot wide hallway boasts stained glass light fixtures and an architectural feature from the
“Beds” — ermatherne
Envision Web
Custom Waterfall Home Near Lake Burton
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salamanders, or panning for “fool’s gold” in the stream. Just imagine….The Lodge at Gold Mine Falls has all this and more! As you walk up the front steps to The Lodge at Gold Mine Falls, you will notice the craftsmanship of this uniquely one of a kind home made from local stone and granite from a period
scenery at The Lodge at Gold Mine Fall during all four seasons. Opening the Adirondack style door on the other side of the lodge room allows you to step into the Lodge’s addition built at a later date. The four foot wide hallway boasts stained glass light fixtures and an architectural feature from the
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