The simple design of the craftsman era is evident in this prairie style home. Square porch columns and low-pitched roofs are characteristic of this style. Dark green awnings standout against a neutral exterior.
Dark stained hardwood floors make for a warm welcoming entryway into this craftsman style home. The front door gets a modern update with glass panels set high on the door. Gray walls make a nice contrast with the white molding over the doorway to the next room.
This beautiful home features the basics of Craftsman style: an inviting front porch plus strong lines that include multiple roof planes and contrasting trim around the door and windows. Even the green and gold colors come from a typical Craftsman palette.
This master bathroom features a walnut double vanity built in the simple, functional lines hailed by the Arts and Crafts Movement, Subway tiled walls in a buttery yellow and floor tiles in a green-beige accentuate the Craftsman look. Period sconces on either side of the vanity mirrors tie the bathoom to the past.
A clean-front Craftsman vanity is paired with geometric hardware for a modern feel. Neutral floor tiles mimic the look of the countertops, while a gold-framed mirror helps to visual expand the bathroom.
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.