A low cabinet doubles as an island and separates this gorgeous Craftsman kitchen from the dining area. A white coffered ceiling and mixed flooring also help to delineate the two areas while still allowing them to have a unified feeling overall.
Craftsman-Style Touches Adds Well-Established Look in New Kitchen
Craftsman-style trim and custom millwork lends a well-established look in the kitchen of a new-construction home. Designer Jamie House selected a soft mint color for the cabinetry to add depth to this bright, light space and chose over-scale pendant lights to balance the scale of the large island.
Yellow Stripe Accentuates Dramatic Height of Bedroom Ceiling
The dramatic ceiling height is accentuated by a strip of yellow painted above the beadboard trim and below the picture rail in this bedroom. Vintage schoolhouse pendant lights speak to the era of the 1879 home.
Marble-Topped Island Creates Gathering Space in Kitchen
An elegant marble counter tops mint green cabinetry to create a welcoming space to gather in this Craftsman-style kitchen. "We wanted it to be a little something special," designer Jamie House says. "It’s a walkway, so there wasn’t enough room to extend the counter far enough to accommodate seating, but it’s a good space to stop and talk."
Cheery Yellow Bedroom With Canopy Bed and Loveseat
The grandness of this bedroom is enhanced by floating the canopy bed and loveseat in the center of the room. Yellow paint and vintage schoolhouse pendant lights add to the cheery look of the mostly white space.
The Craftsman-style home received a complete remodel, which improves circulation by creating a central hall from the entry door that leads to the main spaces of the house. The sweeping ceilings are 10 feet tall, and the hall is lined with rich paneled columns.
Classic Architecture Meets Contemporary Style in Bedroom
Contemporary furnishings create contrast when set in a historic home. Designer Shelley Cahan combined a simple, white canopy bed, crisp white trim and olive-toned accents in the bedroom of this 20th century home for a look that is both modern and timeless.
Bungalow Kitchen With White Cabinets and Subway Tile Backsplash
White cabinets and a subway tile backsplash brighten up the kitchen of this bungalow-style home. Cutouts in the doors and toe-kick celebrate period detail, while historic millwork profiles selected from the front of the house maintain the home’s Arts & Crafts heritage and are juxtaposed with stainless steel appliances that add a present-day sensibility.
White Craftsman Kitchen With Teal Glass Tile Backsplash
This light and bright kitchen features white countertops and Shaker style cabinets paired with a teal glass tile backsplash. Yellow metal pendant lights hang above a kitchen island, while brown hardwood floors complete the look of the space.
After adopting Ben and Remy from Ethiopia, the Hatmaker's 2,400-square-foot home in Austin, Texas, was beginning to feel cramped. When Brandon and Jen stumbled upon this Buda, Texas home it was in no condition for a family, especially one as large as theirs.