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Craftsman homes are defined primarily by their time period — the 1900s through the 1930s — and include everything from bungalows and Prairie-style houses to Arts and Crafts homes. For Craftsman-style homes, it’s all about the architectural details. Low, pitched gable and hipped roofs; tapered and squared entry columns; exposed rafter tails; custom built-ins; and oak woodwork all take center stage in a Craftsman house. Craftsman decor is more difficult to distinguish, though the furniture often includes wood pieces made with straight lines and vertical slats, in earthy color palettes.
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“Platform for washer/dryer-yes please!” — larissaallen
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“ograja terasa” — petracernelic
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“oversized platters” — nancyunsworth
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timbered porches
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Timbered porches shelter entries, an outdoor kitchen and sitting areas for this timber framed house. Photos by Don Cochran Photography
“beams” — borischavez
Seavey Builders, Inc.
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Rosehill
Ideabooks9,940
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Troy Thies Photography
“tilework” — Donovan Arce
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©Karl Neumann
“huge front window” — teetopolius
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Mondavi Powder Room
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This powder room's palette echoes nature’s hues, with sand-colored fixtures, warm bronze faucets and a dark wood vanity. Products shown: Artifacts faucet and accessories, Jacquard vanity with sink top, Bancroft toilet and Ann Sacks Savoy floor tile in Offset Brick
“Cabinet” — ldc1970
Nathaniel Y. Downes
Portfolio
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Nathaniel Y. Downes
Craftsman homes are defined primarily by their time period — the 1900s through the 1930s — and include everything from bungalows and Prairie-style houses to Arts and Crafts homes. For Craftsman-style homes, it’s all about the architectural details. Low, pitched gable and hipped roofs; tapered and squared entry columns; exposed rafter tails; custom built-ins; and oak woodwork all take center stage in a Craftsman house. Craftsman decor is more difficult to distinguish, though the furniture often includes wood pieces made with straight lines and vertical slats, in earthy color palettes.
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