Reclaimed oak wood floors and beams give a warm and earthy tone to this Craftsman-style living room. The living room bears all the hallmarks of the renowned style, from the wood floors to the clean-lined furniture to the woodwork on the walls and natural light filling the space.
This stone fireplace is bordered by wood trim and accented with a floating mantel. The craftsman-style living room emphasizes artistic but functional design with a neutral color palette and natural materials.
Drawing strength from Frank Lloyd Write’s philosophy of organic architecture, every element of the 8,000-square-foot home was designed in relation to one another. From the Mission-style furniture to the exposed beams, the home is alive with Craftsman character.
The bookshelves get modified slightly to give them cleaner look more in the Craftsman style, and French doors with frosted glass are added between the living room and the adjacent space that could serve as either an office or spare bedroom.
The homeowners wanted to preserve the warm wood trim throughout this home while creating a more eclectic, funky, family-friendly space for their young family. In this living room, a wood feature wall and stone fireplace create an eye-catching backdrop for the mix of chic, yet comfortable furnishings. A woven rug, leather chairs and a comfy upholstered sofa bring a harmonizing mix of textures that add interest to the space.
Natural light sparkles against this living room's refinished wood floors and built-in wood features, making the space feel spacious and warm. Traditional furnishings keep with the style of the home's original woodwork, creating a cohesive space.
White columns over white half walls frame the open doorway that leads from the dining room to the living room in this craftsman home. The rich wood living room furniture matches the dining table and chairs for a cohesive design. Soft green walls create a light surrounding for the heavy furniture elements.
Facing sofas offer plenty of seating in the living room, while a tufted bench doubles as a coffee table between the two. A beautiful blend of earthy neutrals, natural texture and patterned textiles is full of character and comfort.
A vaulted exposed beam ceiling with wood planks and wrought iron chandeliers create a craftsman style look for this spacious living room. Two built-in wooden cabinets enclose the stone fireplace, while two sofas and a striped area rug add neutral touches to the space.
An all-over neutral palette is anything but boring in this Craftsman living room. An expansive tray ceiling, a beautiful stone fireplace, warm wood floors and a wooden sunburst mirror are just a few details that make this space stand out.
Red curtains frame the french doors bringing natural light into this living room. A dark wood entertainment center and leather cushioned bench compliment the decorative wood fireplace surround and mantel. Brown leather chairs work with the rich, warm tones in the room while a white sofa adds a light counterpart to the heavy design elements.
In this Arts & Crafts-inspired living room, the design team used large-scale furniture and lighting to bring the spaces down to a comfortable level and went for a rustic-modern vibe to tie in with the existing wood trim. A wood accent wall creates a focal point behind the stone fireplace, while modern artwork and a symmetrical furniture arrangement draw the eye through the space. Comfortable seating adds to the room's family-friendly ambiance.
Custom-cut slate wall and concrete fireplace surround make for a stunning rustic focal wall in this contemporary Craftsman living room. A comfortable neutral sofa is paired with sleek, lounge-like chairs for cozy seating, while a low bench in front of the French doors provides extra seating without blocking the lake views.
In this focal fireplace by architect Jim Rill, Pennsylvania flagstone distinguishes the fireplace surround and floor, and the mantel and trim are made of clear fir to complement the mission-style furniture and exposed beam ceiling beautifully. Note how placing the TV off to one side rather than directly above the hearth keeps the focus on the fireplace.