Arts and Crafts Wallpaper - Old House Journal Magazine
In an Arts and Crafts home with an abundance of woodwork, a bold scenic frieze acts as a transition from wall to ceiling.Consequently, the moniker is as all-encompassing as the phrase “classical architecture.” You can’t pinpoint Arts and Crafts to a specific moment in time as you might French Art Nouveau or 1970s silver mylar—it’s […]
In this chapter, you'll also find period textiles that add layers of color, patterns, and textures to rooms inspired by the original Arts & Crafts movement.
New Addition for an Arts & Crafts House - Old House Journal Magazine
With a flat ceiling and smaller hearth, the generous family room in the new addition (bottom) pays homage to the original great room (top) without stealing its thunder.When Jim Hansen decided to expand his 1901 home on Chicago’s North Shore, he couldn’t help exercising his package-designer’s brain as he planned the project. “There are cues—like […]
The blue tiled inglenook fireplace with stone manetlpiece in the Great Parlour at Wightwick Manor
The blue tiled inglenook fireplace with stone manetlpiece in the Great Parlour at Wightwick Manor | Wightwick Manor. High quality art prints with a selection of frame and size options, canvases, and postcards. National Trust
William De Morgan tiles at Pownall Hall
'Rose Trellis' tiles in thier natural habitat, a fireplace in an Arts and Crafts house - Pownall Hall, near Manchester. Home the the chaps who ran Boddingtons brewery. c1880.
Tiny Cabin to cozy Craftsman Bungalow
In a far corner of Washington State, a basic house is made over in a rustic Arts & Crafts vein, clad in cedar shingles and rustic fieldstone masonry. Welcome to Raccoon Cottage!
Everything You Need to Know About Craftsman Homes
Lots of people that go house shopping today look for a place with character. Usually that means something old and a little bit worn around the edges. The
How to Update a Split-Level Ranch
During the 1970's, split levels soared in popularity and today there are still plenty of them on the market, but most of us say we don't like the style or want to live in one. The catch, like in the '70's, you are buying more house for the dollar. What do you do if you own a split-level, love your neighborhood, and don't really want to move? Renovate! Here are some tips on how to transform that 1970's style home:
A Cottage Makeover on Lake Charlevoix
A tired summer cottage is rebuilt in the Craftsman tradition, with generous living space yet a focus on the outdoors.
Traditional Woodworking & Vintage Tool Use - Inspiration
Links to sites with excellent examples of new and vintage furniture styles to inspire the woodworker.