What style is your home? Arts & Crafts interiors feature richly crafted woodwork & trim, wallpaper, paint, rugs, pillows, lighting fixtures and portieres. No detail goes unnoticed: floors, walls, ceilings and hardware help define each unique home's style.
Bungalows, Tudors, and Foursquares date to the electric era, after all, so lighting is integral to the Arts & Crafts interior. Craftsman lighting adds immeasurably to the mood.
White or rustic? Bungalow-era kitchens may be basic in white, while revival kitchens are new interpretations, often unique.
A fabulous collection of period art pottery, antique furnishings—and new rugs in the Arts & Crafts tradition—lend a pedigree to a new house.
Today’s Arts & Crafts Revival has brought us bathrooms that are “sanitary white” and also bathrooms with more warmth and decoration. Bath styles from the first third of the 20th century vary considerably: think of transitional Victorian built-ins, then white tile, and finally the intensely colored fixtures of the Art Deco period. So much choice!