Traditional Craftsman

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jellyb
jellyb added this to jellyb's ideas4 May 2020

6. Fireplaces. Most Craftsman homes had a central fireplace. Stone or tile surrounds (in nature-inspired hues) topped with large wooden mantels created a grand focal point. Traditionally, these fireplaces were flanked by built-ins to create an inglenook (or chimney corner). Get this look: Adding a large wood mantel to your existing fireplace can give your home a touch of Craftsman style. Aim for something simple and structural that shows off the wood's natural beauty — like the mantel in this photo.

bri_bri
bri_bri added this to 1007 Renovation2 December 2019

Simple bookshelves in dining room might be nice.

accentonkitchens
Accent On Kitchens, LLC added this to 88 Fireplace5 September 2019

Fireplace. Similar mantle. Add bullets

kbo500
Kelly Bowen added this to Craftsman House Style3 September 2019

Want to add a mantle to the fireplace and maybe even change the face

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HU-914697268 added this to Arts & Crafts18 August 2019

Built-in bookshelves, fireplace.

marymhearne
marymhearne added this to marymhearne's ideas19 May 2019

Fireplaces. Most Craftsman homes had a central fireplace. Stone or tile surrounds (in nature-inspired hues) topped with large wooden mantels created a grand focal point. Traditionally, these fireplaces were flanked by built-ins to create an inglenook (or chimney corner). Get this look: Adding a large wood mantel to your existing fireplace can give your home a touch of Craftsman style. Aim for something simple and structural that shows off the wood's natural beauty — like the mantel in this photo.

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