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Craftsman Dining Rooms

Modern Dining Room with beamed ceiling and skeleton wainscoting from 1915 pre-finished woodwork brochure

Dining Room finished with Mahogany from 1915 pre-finished woodwork brochure

Originally designed by William Knighton and featured as one of Portland's distinctive homes, this one-of-a-kind home has been impeccably updated. Rich mahogany and oak envelope the well-proportioned rooms. Every room has period detailing-custom woodwork and tile. Built in 1915. $2.1M

Laurelhurst Craftsman Bungalow: Dining Room is finally finished. It took a little while to finish the minor details, but we're done. (The top picture is the before, the bottom after. Yes, we stripped and stained the wood.)

Mission Style Furniture! Prairie Style house in Rockford, Illinois

Beyond the kitchen’s breakfast nook is the dining room, with its beautiful white-oak cabinets and leaded glass. The cabinet radio is vintage.

Modern Historic - The newly enlarged kitchen allowed space for a classic dining room with built in hutch that adds a strong yet graceful focal point to the room. The hutch was designed to match the kitchen cabinets and provide both visually open and closed storage spaces.

Newly built Craftsman Style Home. Typical of Craftsman-era dining rooms, a high wainscot with battens, brackets, and a plate rail accompanies a beamed ceiling and a built-in sideboard.

Dining Room Built-in After - Nicely done restoration

The Kennebec Co., Maine. Stained, quartersawn oak breakfast bar.

1912 Craftsman Dining Room

  • Craftsman Junky

    Except for some pieces replaced to make repairs, the woodwork was existing and when we bought the house was PAINTED WHITE! We stripped and sanded the douglas fir woodwork, then stained it.

1906 bungalow in Pacific Grove, CA.

August Olson house on National Register of Historic Places.Same architect as Lodge at Crater Lake National Park, R.Hockenberry. Private, elevated corner lot in heart of Irvington.Correct restoration plus modern amenities.Open floor plan Boxed beams,wainscoting,glistening HDWD's,natural mill work,spacious chef's kitchen. Built 1910. (Too expensive for most of us; but nice too look at.)

1912 Home/Office in Hollywood/Rose City area. Coffered ceilings, built-in hutch, Wood flooring, claw tub, front lead windows. New Energy Effficient windows, kitchen cabinets and flooring.

Nice unpainted interior millwork and box beam ceilings. Too bad about those pictures. Built 1910. $500K.

Alberta Arts Craftsman Bungalow In Prime Location. natural woodwork, new remodeled kitchen, gorgeous wood floors, new SES lighting, fireplace, studio, new interior / ext paint + new sewer, new radon mitigation system, new furnace and more. front porch welcomes urban connections. $430K already pending.

The long neglected Arts and Crafts (1910) Mead house by Louis B. Easton was still basically intact. We restored every surface inside and out. Restored dining room includes new redwood and art glass light fixtures we designed. Combined with other deep colors they help create a serene atmosphere.

Sears must have been very proud of their Ashmore, too. For more than a dozen years, interior "views" of the Ashmore were featured in two-page spreads. Only the more impressive houses were given two full pages in the old catalogs. The dining room (shown above) is outfitted with classic Arts & Crafts pieces. The oak wainscoting (topped with plate-rail) is shown, but not the coffered (beamed) ceiling.

Bungalow - Mission Style Dining Room

1229 N Sierra Bonita AVE, Pasadena, CA - Estately $640K. 1912 classic craftsman bungalow. Set within award winning gardens, the residence with a significant portion of its historic fabric intact, features a lightened interior space that enhances the modernism of the open plan. Kitchen and bath have been tastefully updated. The back garden invites casual entertaining, and incorporates the original craftsman garage, and a detached studio by award winning architect Peter Tolkin.

Laurelhurst 1912 Craftsman: Dining Room from Craftsman magazine showing table runners.

gorgeous buffet

Buffet with leaded glass published in millwork catalog in1921 by the Morgan Woodwork Organization and called "Building with Assurance."

Dining Room at the Duncan-Irwin House (another grand Greene & Greene house in Pasadena, CA).

Leaded glass sideboard from 1910 Chicago Riverdale Lumber Co catalog. Available in pine, birch and plain oak.