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.
Craftsman Living Room With Exposed Beam Wood Paneled Ceiling
This spacious living room features soft neutral hues and an exposed beam wood paneled ceiling. Built-in cabinets on either side of the stone fireplace provide space for storing books and displaying decorative pieces, while the black glossy coffee table adds a contemporary touch.
Second Floor Living Room: Historic Prairie House in Riverside, Ill.
The second floor living room features an open layout with two designated seating areas, each grounded by a traditional area rug. A custom wood-trimmed ceiling ties the space together and adds interesting depth to the design.
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.
If you're taking your first foray into color, start with a few furnishings in a muted shade. For this makeover, designer Candice Olson added a chaise lounge and ottoman in a deep autumn hue. Pillows in a similar tone pull color into the neutral sectional.
Shades of dark and light brown fill this beautiful Prairie-style living room with warmth and sophistication. The coziness of the space is a striking contrast with the wide-open, sweeping views outside the window.
Upstairs Living Area: Historic Prairie House in Riverside, Ill.
Upstairs, an open, second floor living room includes both craftsman-style furnishings and traditional leather sofas for optimal seating. The unique, wood-trimmed ceiling adds stunning interest and texture to the room.
Craftsman Living Room With Sea Green Walls, Hunter Green Tile Fireplace Surround and Rich Wood Coffee Table
A white coffered ceiling and light sea green walls create a soft frame for the deeper tones and heavier furniture used to decorate this living room. Hunter green tiles create a fireplace surround while the brown tile hearth compliments the wood mantel. Thick wood arm chairs are padded with beige cushions and turned in to face the rich wood coffee table centered in the room.
Craftsman-Style Living Room With Flagstone Fireplace
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.