1,093 houses homes Craftsman Dining Design Photos

Tim Andersen Architect
8 Reviews
Dining room restored
Ideabooks14,456
Questions12
When I saw this house on Houzz, I knew it had to be a Seattle house, it was and even in my area - Ballard. You did an
I MUST have this color combo someplace in our house...
once lived in your home. Exposed lumber in the attic or crawl space may show markings that can help identify your home as a kit house, for example, or provide
Look for clues in and around your home. Any and all original details your home still has should be carefully examined and preserved
Even areas of chipped paint can give you a peek at your home's original colors.In the home shown here, the original box beam ceilings were revealed when
provide clues about your home's age.
“interior trim” — lesliepicks
Hoffman Grayson Architects LLP
7 Reviews
My Own House
Ideabooks980
Questions5
really like that you left the woodwork unpainted...just as a true Craftsman home should be! Mine will be 100 yo in 2016 & I have been meticulous in a slow
just had the best of times enjoying it over the holidays. Even though our house is not large, the spaces flow nicely, especially Dining Room to Living Room
Looks & sounds like a very relaxing place to come home to every day! Nice.... :0)
furniture, which is from Stickley, we purchased this in 2003 from ABC Carpet and Home. Made in China- not so great. But at least the chairs are comfortable.
Wainscotting like the PAtricks house. Wood is dificult but could
“lightfixture” — whiteandirons
HartmanBaldwin Design/Build
6 Reviews
Live Oak Canyon Residence
Ideabooks18,421
Questions9
wood built-in. Not too dark and heavy overhead compared to many craftsman houses.
anyone talk you into taking away what you love most about your home. ASVInteriors’ home has gorgeous views of a lake and mountains, but an architect suggested
glass panels in green, white and blue all around the sides and front of the house to effectively pen us in. That went nowhere,” ASVInteriors writes.Take it
brought on wanted to distress all the clear fir Craftsman woodwork in the house with a blowtorch to give it more ‘character.’ Hey, I was kind. I made sure
In Arts and Crafts homes, you're likely to find an open dining area with a built-in buffet. In some
“Could be a good idea for a butlers pantry” — dmsciarrotta
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Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
tropical craftsman
Ideabooks5,680
Questions9
this place looks to be the real deal...actual early 20's-ish Arts & Crafts home. If this was your build...wow, I am extremely impressed. This style is
You're created my dream house. I would love information about the artwork on the dining room wall.
Natural flooring. Craftsman homes generally stick to wood and stone floor finishes. Persian, Indian and Turkish
The border wallpaper is so beautiful, but my house is not Arts and Crafts; it is Spanish, country French type. Could I use
8. Natural flooring. Craftsman homes generally stick to wood and stone floor finishes. Persian, Indian and Turkish
limit new flooring to smaller spaces or a few select, important rooms in your home. You can also introduce bits of Craftsman style with stone and wood furniture
“frieze” — whiteandirons
First Lamp
5 Reviews
Greenlake Residence Dining
Ideabooks3,556
Questions7
This Greenlake area home is the result of an extensive collaboration with the owners to recapture the architectural character of the 1920’s and 30’s era
era craftsman homes built in the neighborhood. Deep overhangs, notched rafter tails, and timber brackets are among the architectural elements that communicate
communicate this goal. Given its modest 2800 sf size, the home sits comfortably on its corner lot and leaves enough room for an ample back patio and yard
The entire house looks amazing. Well done on the design. After scouring houzz your wainscot
primary one was budget. The clients' goal wasn't to build a period correct house, and since stain grade wood is so much more expensive to install and finish
“Wainscoting” — jimric
Kathryn Tegreene Interior Design
Bellevue House
Ideabooks2,993
Questions5
This home was in poor condition when it was found. Much of the trim was missing, there was a bookcase in the room and the carpet smelled very bad. There
colors of stain. Another route is to take a piece of existing wood from the house that has the color you want and hire a professional, such as Daly's in the
$30-50 or so. This will create a continuity from other existing pieces in the house and the new colonnade. If you would like the colors we used, I could find
The opening currently looking at a craftman style home with similar opening
Love every room in this house.
“window/trim color” — jonrands
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Seattle, WA: Lisa Hebner
Ideabooks6,947
Questions8
a built-in. It's been refurbished, but is original to the 1912 bungalow house. Thanks for your question!
crafted and clean aesthetic that defined the period, and also helped make the homes truly functional. Window benches, sideboards and ample storage of the period
beautiful and efficient. Get this look: Many of today's tract and custom homes are built with interesting niche areas that present the perfect opportunity
Great example of everything NOT to do to a beautiful old home.
contractor Marc Mortenson to restore and refurbish the home. "He has been attending to the woodwork in the house, among countless other things," she says, "quietly
crafted and clean aesthetic that defined the period, and also helped make the homes truly functional. Window benches, sideboards and ample storage of the period
“Love the hutch” — ydd55
David Heide Design Studio
49 Reviews
St. Paul Bungalow Remodel
Ideabooks1,137
Questions1
can a room divider be wood only in one place in the house?
like freds house...CDA house...reminds me of grandmom's house....Craftsman style of house
“Light walls seem to bring out woodwork” — Amy Transue
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