16,839 craftsman style Traditional Exterior Design Photos

Locati Architects
4 Reviews
Bon Ton Residence
We own a home in Livingston, Craftsman style. We need to have the shingles power washed and re-stained. In addition new rain gutters. Eventually we will need interior paint + refinishing
Congratulations on your design and construction of the perfect example of a modern craftsman home.
as I do not have a photo on our website of that particular style in that color. The photo is of our Chief Cliff in a Cutback style which is thicker than Thin Veneer but gives you a good idea of what the coloring will be like in a ledge style. If you have any further questions please feel free to contact
new house in the craftsman style.
love the craftsman style, I've always questioned mixing wood tones, but I love the white trim on this house with the dark panes.
“Size of house and design” — subqueen
Gatling Design
4 Reviews
Cozy Cottage
can u put a storm door over this door style?
"The home is the West Coast's version of the colonial," Gatling says. It combines East Coast colonial revival style with elements of California Craftsman.While this job was essentially a teardown (the front facade was left up while they renovated around it, then replaced it), Gatling was true to the
here. They kept the facade nearly untouched but completely rebuilt the interior (and added 600 square feet) with many personal touches, like the Craftsman style bookcases shown below.
“Garden” — elizabethdoreen
Gatling Design
4 Reviews
Cozy Cottage
Gazebo style roof to the left
The new patio is New York bluestone; its green tint picks up on the home's Craftsman green trim. The Mangaris wood deck has Craftsman-style detailing. "We added some old-school elements, like the canvas awning, to honor 1930s style," Gatling says.The yard's slope from the street to the back had caused flooding
“unique” — ralph woods masonry
Emerick Architects
8 Reviews
tury bungalow was dramatically transformed by adding a second story to create more living space for a growing family. The remodel bring out the Craftsman roots of the house and makes a warm space for generations to come.
craftsman style home, half med brown cedar and green siding
brace that protrudes past fascia on craftsman
If I lived in a craftsman home this would be the exterior level of detail I would insist
“Siding and colors” — seanbart95
Homeland Design, llc
11 Reviews
Craftsman Bungalow
Posts in the craftsman style - exposed wood, tapered at the top
Beautiful take with the cedar shake on a craftsman style home
craftsman style color combo
but enjoy the craftsman work
Bungalow Style Home Exterior
dream house...craftsman bungalow
garage door style...Craftsman Bungalow
“Neat open design Roof” — cbdideas
Dwell Design Studio
Vickery Residence
home that I am in the process of working up a remodel. Would you please tell me where you purchased your windows. My windows currently are the same style however, are the original windows and are in dyer need of replacement
Those windows were custom designed for this house and were based on traditional craftsman window designs. They were custom built by Portrait Windows, through Stock Building Supply.
“windows” — esthermills
Highmark Builders
10 Reviews
2013 Luxury Home-Inver Grove Heights
Beautiful craftsman style with interesting colors
Love the rock. Interesting angle of garages. Driveway and gables.***Like Style
Craftsman style I like but smaller
style, colors, porch, angle
cabinets, colors, style
Craftsman style...Craftsman exterior...Style and colors
“Garage” — mostert34
Heydt Designs
4 Reviews
Mill Valley Classic Cottage
Is there a one story plan in this same cottage style?
Do you know of a modular home building co. that builds this style house? I'm hoping to build a zero lot subdivision and need to cut costs. I think the houses would be 1800-2,300 sf. Thank you
These are seamless aluminum gutters, in an ogee style. Pretty inexpensive and standard- not what I had designed originally. (I had designed painted galvanized sheet metal fascia style gutters. The gutters would have filled in the gap to the top of the rafter tails.)
Sorry, I completely missed these questions. There are no names. They were custom made. For the column bases, I used Turncraft PolyCraftsman products. Everything else is totally custom.
of one, but I could ask around. This home is very custom in nature, so I think if you did use a modular builder, you'd still have to have a local craftsman detail out the finishes and once you do that, I'm not sure if you would cut costs. Nevertheless, I'll see if I can get a good recommendation for you
“Porch, trim, siding” — Anna Dziamski
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