9,512 nature art Craftsman Home Design Photos

Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
tropical craftsman
Ideabooks2,800
Questions1
Great call not doing large boxy newel post, stairs are beautifully detailed, balanced piece of art.
arts and crafts. natural wood. Simple detailing
Arts and Crafts-oldest-nature but not curved
Cheat sheet: ◦Art deco: Popular in the 1920s
Gatsby. ◦Art nouveau: Popular in the late 19th century; whiplash curves; nature-inspired designs; finely crafted metal and wood. Think Rivendell or signs for the Paris Metro. ◦Arts and Crafts: Popular in the mid-19th century; handcrafted and artisan-made wood, pottery, tile and stained glass; nature motifs
signs for the Paris Metro.Arts and Crafts: Popular in the mid-19th century; handcrafted and artisan-made wood, pottery, tile and stained glass; nature motifs done simply; rectilinear forms. Think William Morris and bungalow style.Tell us: Art deco, art nouveau or Arts and Crafts — which is your favorite style
“Transition from kitchen to stairs” — kmckivergin
Dorothy Howard AIA, Architect
Custom Craftsman
Ideabooks49,555
Questions30
Start by looking @ ... no luck, google arts and crafts light fixtures or craftsman light fixtures. Happy hunting.
Style Secret: Natural Flooring hardwood (planks or parquet), stone, slate. Tile with an Arts and Crafts glaze, a specially applied matte finish that lends tremendous depth, works beautifully in a mosaic grid
scheme, choose a natural weave and don't get too ornate with the pattern. Look closer: Avoid flooring that looks too uniform, edgy or mass produced (this is not the time to lay vinyl tiles or experiment with concrete). The slate in this entry bears striking variations in color that show nature's hand at work
Style Secret: Natural FlooringCarpet? So 19th century. Arts and Crafts flooring falls right in step with the natural aesthetic: hardwood (planks or parquet), stone, slate. Tile with an Arts and Crafts glaze, a specially applied matte finish that lends
“paint color” — parissalazar
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
tropical craftsman
Ideabooks5,168
Questions9
Hello...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 often attempted to be recreated, but also often, falls a bit
Dear kjzebell, we have just learned that the owners wish to sell the arts & crafts dining room rug. It is 10-2 x 16-7. See attached photo for better representation of colors. If you would like more information please contact
The border wallpaper is so beautiful, but my house is not Arts and Crafts; it is Spanish, country French type. Could I use this in the small recessed ceiling in the dining room?
Arts and CraftsThe oldest of the three styles, Arts and Crafts originated in the mid-19th century in Britain as a backlash against industrialism. The Arts and Crafts movement celebrated a return to handcrafted, artisan-made goods
“Very homie and friendly room. Would like to live like that.” — Doninnh Bump
Loudon County Pool and Spa Designer
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HartmanBaldwin Design/Build
6 Reviews
Bassett Residence
Ideabooks17,248
Questions9
Rich mohagany wood takes center stage in this traditional dining room with an arts & crafts chandelier which highlights the warm tones and superior finish of the built-in cabinetry.
FLWright arts and craft ceiling and wall panelling
+: Ceiling treatment in natural wood
In Arts and Crafts homes, you're likely to find an open dining area with a built-in buffet. In some, the buffet even features a pass-through to the kitchen, as efficiency was a top priority in the Arts and Crafts movement.
“craftsman dining room built-in” — cpaulcolbert
WA design
8 Reviews
Hillcrest Remodel
Ideabooks6,020
Questions6
cherry cabinets with dark counters dark drawer pulls arts & crafts
Natural cherry cabinets
natural cherry, backsplash
That is natural cherry
Natural light...natural cherry...Arts and Crafts
“Windows” — dkarbulka
Red House Architects
4 Reviews
Moving On Up
Ideabooks2,109
Questions6
Those are actual cedar shakes, and they have been stained. Although the lap siding is Hardie, we felt that we wanted the natural grain of the cedar in the gable to complement the natural stone on the foundation.
lap siding is Hardie, we felt that we wanted the natural grain of the cedar in the gable to complement the natural stone on the foundation.
This beautiful look features James Hardie lap siding, accented by stained, natural cedar and natural stone on the foundation. Love the colors!
“paint vs white trim vs redwood shingle” — mikemiguelhorn
Richard Leggin Architects
Arts and Crafts
Ideabooks4,481
Questions7
mixing the grey-green with natural wood makes it look warmer than an all-wood solution.
Use of paint with wood, fixtures, art
Arts and craft colors
Arts and crafts...woody and natural...Arts and Crafts...natural wood
“lighter interior” — hiland880
David Whitney
2 Reviews
Project photos
Ideabooks16,014
Questions10
Why do Arts & Crafts houses so rarely have curtains?
It might also be that craftsman homes use lots of darker wood and curtains might block some of the natural light that's needed in darker rooms. Plus the craftsmanship of the windows themselves would be hidden.
Although those two lighting styles are Arts and Crafts icons, you could get away with lighting that checks the other boxes (warm-tone metals; clean lines; simple, geometric forms).
Arts and Crafts puts less emphasis on accessorizing than some styles, and decorative flotsam is minimal. That means lighting, as one of the only real accents
the bill: mica for its organic feel and rich glow; Tiffany glass for the proud way it wears its craftsmanship. Although those two lighting styles are Arts and Crafts icons, you could get away with lighting that checks the other boxes (warm-tone metals; clean lines; simple, geometric forms).
“Love the pendant” — sheri1063
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