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.
Removing the aged awning and opening up the porch made all the difference in helping restore the home's traditional Craftsman appeal. Other exterior enhancements included subtly offsetting the existing trim in a khaki-cream and painting the front door in blue for added punch.
Open-Plan Craftsman Eat-In Kitchen and Living Space
In an open-plan concept, designers strive not only to create separate zones within one large space but to make the end result feel cohesive. In this home, the designers at Carlton Architecture + DesignBuild did both with finesse. “We divided individual spaces with furniture groupings and circulation. Common materials such as steel, rift sawn white oak cabinetry, and dark stained oak floors are used to unify the three areas,” they explain.
Craftsman Dining Room With Beautiful Custom Picture Windows
This casual dining room makes the most of the natural light and outdoor surroundings. The mission style dining room set blends with the custom woodwork, a staple in craftsman design. The wood molding details and furnishings make the window views a focal point in the space.
Embracing the Craftsman style of the home, the cozy living room combines built-in bookshelves and exposed ceiling beams with a stone fireplace and wooden furniture. The red sofa adds a splash of color the space, as well as a comfortable spot to enjoy the stone fireplace.
The homeowners wanted to preserve the warm wood trim throughout this home while creating a more eclectic, funky, family-friendly space for their young family. In this living room, a wood feature wall and stone fireplace create an eye-catching backdrop for the mix of chic, yet comfortable furnishings. A woven rug, leather chairs and a comfy upholstered sofa bring a harmonizing mix of textures that add interest to the space.
Joanna Gaines was inspired by the arched door on this small, 1927 brick home. Restoring that single original feature – which had been concealed by an add-on porch – helped inform her design plan for the entire home.
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.