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Craftsman Living Rooms

Nice craftsman living rooms; inglenooks, colonnades and other living room built-ins; and great fireplaces.

An attractive design in Roman brick with an added touch of inlaid English lustre tiles from "Interiors Beautiful" by M.L. Keith, dated 1922.

Living Room Fireplace with Bookcases from 1915 pre-finished woodwork brochure. Nice frieze too.

Living Room with Reading Nook 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

Plan No. 382: A Model Bungalow — Arts & Crafts Homes and the Revival. A stone fireplace anchors the chimney end of the living room.

Celadon Fireplace - A couple of Batchelder Revival tiles set against high-fired field tiles make a clean fresh fireplace for a Craftsman home.

Modern Historic - Remodeled living room.

Swedish inspired Newly Built Craftsman Style Home. The mantelshelf extends over built-in bookcases, creating display space for a pottery collection. Original sketches are by eccentric local artist Joe Knowles (1869–1942).

Craftsman Living Room Remodel. We stripped the white paint and restained the old growth douglas fir. The plaster was restored and painted period-appropriate colors. The light fixture was replaced with a reproduction. The colonnades were added back, based on evidence they were once there.

A New Foursquare Home with Bungalow Details by Patricia Poore. Interior elements are quintessential Craftsman bungalow style, including box beams and colonnades with tapered square columns.

A vestige of the bygone Arts & Crafts Era, this circa-1910 residence on Barre Street is returned to its original simplicity, exposing locally crafted materials and outfitted with hand-hewn details.

Arts & Crafts naturalism: A warm beige on the coved ceiling gives way to a soft green on walls in a 1911 Foursquare. Photo: William Wright

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 Efffieicnt windows, kitchen cabinets and flooring.

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

Craftsman Living Room, built 1916.

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)

Serene view of restored living room, courtesy of photographer Alex Vertikoff, shows original features we reproduced based on a tiny pre-1918 photo. Small casements (found in the basement) above new bench, box beams, and trim were all installed by master craftsman Glen Stewart.

We completely restored the (1909) Ashbourne House by architect Frederick Noonan. Entry and principal rooms on first floor were restored to their original appearance, while upstairs bedrooms and baths were reworked. This view of restored living room taken at night includes doorway to entry hall on the right and dining room beyond. Look at that stair banister!! Gorgeous.

The long neglected Arts and Crafts (1910) Mead house by Louis B. Easton was still basically intact. We restored every surface inside and out. This is restored living room with original fireplace.

Interior View of Sears Ashmore Living Room

Interior View of Sears Ashmore

Craftsman Home Modern Build by Andrew Melaragno, AIBD

Living Room in Mahogany and Green appeared in the 1912 "Home Building and Decoration" by Henry Collins Brown. (Blog post also includes stencil detail.)