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.
The bold red of of this arts-and-crafts home is an exclamation point to the neighborhood. Meticulous detailing with natural materials, such as the exposed beam porch and stone wall and pillars, make this a shining example of the style.
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.
John Barrentine and Chuck Marquardt of the RED Real Estate Group recently sold this stunning Craftsman in Los Angeles' Hancock Park neighborhood, and affirm that the discerning use of color, including classic red and yellow on an olive background, added immensely to the curb appeal.
A bold color or a rich stain on an interesting front door can create a positive feeling about a home even before you head inside. This uniquely designed front door helped John Barrentine and Chuck Marquardt of the RED Real Estate Group sell this Hancock Park, Calif., Craftsman quickly.
This Craftsman style, waterfront home features a classic living room that's warm and inviting. A stone fireplace centers the space with wooden mantel and built-in shelving, while the best views are seen through the French doors that open up to Lake Washington.
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 muted color of the siding allows dark red shutters to add character to this craftsman-style home. The dark hue carries over to the brick chimney and iron fence. The large front porch and decorative eave brackets are characteristic of the Craftsman style.
This two-story residence reflects a coastal Craftsman style, using a mix of natural materials. The roof and exterior walls feature stained wood shingles accented by white trimmed doors and windows. Gray cobblestone walls define the brick porches, where the family can dine al fresco.
In La Jolla, Calif., a Prairie Craftsman-style home is completely remodeled. The inviting front porch has stone-based, wood-battered columns that lead to the front entry door. Stained cedar shingles with rows of alternating bands envelope the house, and the garage is relocated to the front of the house to make way for a backyard pool.
A beautiful brick driveway and lush landscaping leads a Craftsman-style home with stained wood shingle siding and roof. White trim creates a striking contrast, and gray cobblestone walls add natural texture and style to entryway.
The concrete walkway is broken up with strips of grass, adding softness to the entryway pathway. White columns with stone bases have a rustic-meet-traditional vibe that blends perfectly with the Craftsman-style house. A pair of Adirondack chairs makes for a cozy spot to enjoy the front yard.