Serene Bungalow Bathroom Expansion | Deb Kadas Interior Design Studio
This upstairs bathroom in a Bungalow-style family home originally had all-sloped ceilings, limited floor space, and no possibility for a shower.
Craftsman Style Bath Remodel: This bathroom is in a traditional home with great character in the woodwork, paneling and materials. The homeowners desired an interior finish and fixture upgrade to the room, without losing the character of the quaint space. The wall tile is Pratt and Larson with a special glaze and floor tile is a custom created stone mosaic with black polished marble and honed creme marfil.
How To Bring Artisan Craftsman Details Into Your Home
If you are drawn to creative detailing and artisan craftsmanship in your home then the American Craftsman style of architecture and interior design is for
Craftsman Mantel and Library Shelves - Mullet Cabinet
Mullet Cabinet - Craftsman Mantel and Library Shelves created with the warmth of Quarter Sawn Red Oak.
Custom cabinetry for your entire home, available nationwide
Custom cabinets, custom cabinetry, custom kitchens made for your home by Crown Point Cabinetry
c. 1890 – Fort Payne, AL – $138,000
Historic Home, Included in the Alabama Registry of Historic Homes! Beautiful house, shaded by a 100 year old Southern Magnolia, offers 4, poss. 5 BR/3 BA, 12 Ft. Ceilings, Original Heart Pine Floors, Stained Glass Windows, Original Carved Mantles, Pocket Doors, Butler's Pantry, Front & Back Staircases, Claw Foot tub, updated wiring/plumbing, Roof w/Architectural Shingles only 4 yrs. old, 2 HVAC Sys., 1400 SF Attic, Much More!! - See more at…
Fireplace mantels, mantel surrounds and overmantels custom wood designed and handcrafted for your home improvement project. Located in British Columbia, Canada.
Arts and Crafts Movement No.4 by allan elliott on Etsy
Arts and Crafts Movement No.4 by allan elliott on Etsy--Pinned with TreasuryPin.com | Pottery | Prints | Poppies | Jan Schmuckal | Roycroft | William Morris | Bungalow | Craftsman
A Restoration Dream Come True
Serial restorers thought they were done—until they were smitten by a 1912 house that desperately needed their help.