Craftsman architecture is notable for its practical design characteristics. The extended eaves and covered entry porch help reduce heat gain during the summer months when air conditioning requirements are highest.
The tropical house features Craftsman style architecture and a metal roof. To create a cohesive design, many of the exterior materials, including board and batten and tongue and groove wood planking, are used in the interior spaces as well.
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.
When punk rock style meets craftsman architecture, the saucy design spawn is definitely something to write home about. So visitors take note: this edgy and eclectic interior by designer Caitlin Murray is in a league of its own.
This remodeled Craftsman home’s interior features crisp lines and a neutral color palette. Warm wood floors and cabinets stay true to the home's character, while more contemporary furnishings complete the dining room.
A funky metallic vase of white flowers and a trio of matching candlesticks decorate the contemporary black console table in this chic foyer. A stone backdrop is a nod to the original Craftsman style of the home. A staircase with cable rails completes the eye-catching design.
This remodeled kitchen blends contemporary and Craftsman styles to create a one-of-a-kind space. Cream lower cabinets pair with neutral stone countertops, while glass-front wood upper cabinets elegantly display dishes. A stained glass window above the breakfast nook is a nod to the home's original character.
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.