their Craftsman-style house in Cayucos, a small beach community on Highway 1, just north of San Luis Obispo. Then they took their time choosing a color palette for the exterior. They wanted colors that fit the house but also that fit the neighborhood, which leans toward colorful. They chose traditional
traditional Craftsman colors using a process created by Rob Schweitzer, director of research for the Arts & Crafts Society.When the color was finally on, Phyllis was shocked at first. "The house was bright, standing apart from the other houses on the block. People started driving down the street and stopping
function, style details such as a shaker-style cabinet door, a simple cornice, and frieze detailing to help the cabinets reach the top of the 9' ceiling were chosen.
"The client loves to cook, and she cooks a lot, so the second sink was a no-brainer," Melissa says. "The extra prep area is a great addition
The Craftsman-style hardware is a simple oil-rubbed bronze half-moon pull and matching knob.
This Craftsman style home is nestled into Mission Hills. It was built in 1914 and has the historic designation as a craftsman style home.
The homeowner wanted to update her master bathroom. This project took an 11.5’ x 8.5 room that was cut into two smaller, chopped up spaces (see original construction
furniture-style armoire with unique details that give the space a nod to it’s 1914 history. Additionally, we added some more contemporary yet rustic amenitities with a granite vessel sink and wall mounted faucet in oil-rubbed bronze. The homeowner loves the view into her back garden, so we emphasized this
older styles the fun colors and the pretty decor! Love the striped couch!
dress up a Craftsman-style fireplace. Talk about glam! The bold colors and the striped sofa are meant to be paired with that mirror. Also, notice how the fireplace just seems to blend seamlessly into the decor. Because black is used throughout the design, the fireplace doesn't appear too heavy but still seems