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House Styles

The different faces of Arts & Crafts homes, from English examples through Bungalow, Craftsman, Tudor, and Foursquare. Not sure which home style is your favorite? Use our guide to Arts & Crafts House Styles to learn more about each type of style.


Bungalow

Simple Living in Santa Barbara

by Brian D. Coleman
Their bungalow isn’t big, even with an upstairs rear addition. But with a pleasing plan and period details, it has been a charming family home.
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Related Styles

Ranch Redemption

by Patricia Poore
Stone, tile, and reclaimed wood were used to transform a generic 1949 ranch.
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Revival Today

Ultimate Timber

by Regina Cole
Inspired by Greene and Greene, fine woodwork in mahogany enhances an elegantly rustic timber-frame house in the woods.
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Foursquare

Reader Home: Living Lightly in a Granite Foursquare

by Arts and Crafts Homes
This American Foursquare in Central Gardens, Memphis, Tenn. celebrates its 100th birthday this year. The house, never neglected, was restored and gently renovated.
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Bungalow

Drawn to a Rescue

by Regina Cole
Charmed by the diminutive house down the street, a couple embarks on its restoration, reversing a mid-century Colonial-style remodeling.
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Revival Today

Hideaway Haven

by Patricia Poore
In this upgrade of a 1956 cabin, raising the roof created classic bungalow lines that envelop a well-crafted cottage interior.
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Craftsman

A Secluded Craftsman

by Regina Cole
With new colors and a renovated kitchen addition, a ca. 1905 Chalet–Craftsman becomes an artistic escape amidst carefully tended gardens.
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Revival Today

Bungalow Lines in a New Revival Home

by Arts and Crafts Homes
A transplant from Pasadena builds a Craftsman home in Great Falls, Montana, to local acclaim.
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Craftsman

Falling for a New Craftsman

by Donna Pizzi
After spending a decade restoring a 1908 house, this couple was pleasantly surprised to find they’d fallen for a newer Craftsman—one built in 2008!
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Bungalow

A Bungalow Worth the Wait!

by Thomas Shess
Once rather a mess, this 1915 San Diego bungalow was restored over a period of 25 years. Lots of DIY labor produced stunning results.
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Revival Today

Revival Hearths

by Patricia Poore
Practical and artistic, tile is preferred for new fireplaces.
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