6 Modern Craftsman Interiors That Show Why the Style Is Still Popular

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A focus on simplicity and natural materials reigns supreme in Craftsman style homes. The Arts and Crafts movement of the late 1800s focused on a return to handmade materials as a reaction to mass-produced items. Craftsman homes put the focus on elements like exposed wood beams, wainscoting, and cased openings with thick trim. The exteriors include elements like rustic materials and large eaves.

Whether you spot one on Fixer Upper or your local architectural tour, Craftsman homes still look classic and welcoming in their architecture and layout. If you're a fan of the style, we've got a few spaces you definitely need to see. Take a virtual tour with us through these downright charming Craftsman spaces:

1. An Artsy Craftsman That Mixes Old with New

TAKE THE TOUR: This 100-year-old Santa Monica, California Craftsman is 600 square feet of modern pieces mixed with vintage gems.

2. A Portland Craftsman That Plays With Color

TAKE THE TOUR: This dining room uses wallpaper in the area just above the wall trim, a nod to the Arts and Crafts movement.

3. A Chic Yet Family-Friendly British Columbia Craftsman

TAKE THE TOUR: This cozy living room adds a modern twist to the fireplace, a classic feature in Craftsman houses.

4. An Eclectic Craftsman With a Beach-Inspired Palette

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TAKE THE TOUR: Shades of yellow, coral, and pink make this kitchen a warm and inviting space.

5. A 100-Year-Old Craftsman Filled With Bright Hues and Vintage Finds

TAKE THE TOUR: This dining room with thick trim around a cased opening is classic Craftsman style, made contemporary with the addition of a sleek chandelier and stylish dining chairs.

6. A Reimagined Craftsman That Highlights Original Features

TAKE THE TOUR: The fireplace in this living room has been accented with a calming shade of gray that fits into the house's palette of relaxing hues.


Eva Recinos is an associate editor at Hunker. You can reach her at eva@hunker.com<br>

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