3,724 gold and green Craftsman Home Design Photos

FGY Architects
6 Reviews
Parkinson Avenue East
Ideabooks1,875
Questions4
Color combination: gold, green, deep purple
gold and green and red...dunno how to make that work with just a couple tones.
Green color for living room wall
green tile fireplace
“yellow” — wardzilla5
Harrell Remodeling
8 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks19,249
Questions15
“Kitchen” — landers651
2SL Design Build Inc
16 Reviews
Wendell Arts & Crafts
Ideabooks1,976
Questions2
My best guesses are SW Antiquity, SW Crispy Gold, and SW Verdant, but I would love to hear what you used. I would love a similar look on my home.
the gold color of the shingles (the columns look too bright/bold)
I love the mix of yellow, green and brown
Strong yellow color and green trim
Craftsman houses are often painted dark colors, like maroon, brown and dark green. This muted yellow home is given a major dose of happy with those bright yellow pillars. Mixing different tones of the same color is a great way to highlight architecture and give a home some color without going too bright
“Porch” — samanthabarnhart
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design was established in 2004 as a landscape architecture firm dedicated to providing full-service design/build solutions for residential properties.
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Green Button Homes LLC
Craftsman Porte Cochere
Ideabooks1,991
Questions1
ICI Old Salem Gold - #A0818
ICI Green Pinon - #A0952
Green Button Homes LLC
there's no purple there. there are olive green window screen frames. Maybe the UV coating on the windows give a slight purple glare but your eyes must be pretty good cause I cant see it; )
Too yellow/brown but like the green. Red/ brown accent
yellow and green in reverse?
gold and green...gold green white
“Porte Cochere gable off of house” — kadink
Schwartz and Architecture
5 Reviews
Schwartz and Architecture
Ideabooks2,994
Questions5
Think mossy greens, woodsy browns, deep golds and rusty oranges
Subway tile....green with red floor not so much
craftsman kitchens use earth tones like gold, moss green, earthy orange
Light wood, green tile backsplash covering wall
Earthy col­ors. The Crafts­man pal­ette pulls straight from na­ture. Think mossy greens, woodsy browns, deep golds and rusty or­anges, brought in through the use of paint, tile and ac­cents.
5. Earthy colors. The Craftsman palette pulls straight from nature. Think mossy greens, woodsy browns, deep golds and rusty oranges, brought in through the use of paint, tile and accents.
The use of green backsplash tiles here is elegant (though this green itself is fairly neutral).
“Drawers on right” — Lora Heiny
Maraya Interior Design
11 Reviews
Greene & Greene Kitchen
Ideabooks317
Questions5
is a remodel of an original Greene and Greene home in Ojai, California. Vertical grain fir cabinetry, maple wood counter tops,Pratt and Larson tile, handmade tree tile over the range. Antique glass in custom made cabinetry. Cabinetry made in exact style of Greene and Greene specs.
Love the green tile and wooden counters
a bit too craftsman, but green backsplash tile is nice (not insert)
not crazy about the filling station green, but like the homey feel of this
“little sink” — acshelto
Maraya Interior Design
11 Reviews
Craftsman Kitchen
Ideabooks174
Questions2
Clear douglas fir cabinets made from the original wood of the Greene and Greene home in Ojai, CA. This old home was built in 1913, and designed by the Greene Brothers. We used a maple counter top with a slight stain to keep it from yellowing, a farmhouse sink, and Craftsman tiles. Dina Pielaet, photography
If I remember, I probably picked a Benjamin Moore Historical color for this real craftsman home. A light grey green, because a light green can get minty, it needs to be greyed, or muted.
butcher block countertop and subway tile in green and deep country sink
“The split porcelain farm sink.” — clayt666
Maraya Interior Design
11 Reviews
Greene & Green Living
Ideabooks55
Questions0
This original Greene and Greene Craftsman cottage was remodeled recently. The interior had never been finished properly, although the home was built in 1913. The new banquet seating was remade using the old wood from the home- clear fir. A new fireplace surround was built using the original plans
plans from the Greene Brothers using stone from the site. The rug is a handknotted original craftsman rug made with vegetable dyes. All new custom upholstery in arts and crafts designs and colors and tall recessed panel wainscot. Original fir floors. Michael Greynald, contractor, Gary Bulla, craftsman
“bench seats” — trailerable
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