Today’s tour is a little unique as well as quite appealing. A classic Arts and Crafts style home was renovated with a green focus in mind. The result is a LEED certified home. If you’re not familiar with LEED, it stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. So basically there are environmentally-friendly (aka “green”) finishes and details. The home is charming and stayed true to many of its original elements during the renovation by LDa Architecture and Interiors.
Today’s craftsman home has plenty of curb appeal with shingle siding, ample overhangs, and custom windows.
Inside you’ll find more pleasing details throughout like custom molding and a stained glass window in the beautiful wood door.
In the living room, the fireplace wears unique, glossy black tile.
The kitchen enjoys a unique farmhouse sink, painted cabinetry, and a pretty faucet fixture.
Rich, warm wood cabinetry flanks the other side of the Arts and Crafts kitchen.
My favorite part of the kitchen is this sunny breakfast nook. What a great place to start the day and enjoy morning sunshine with a cup of coffee and a scone.
You’ll find more warm wood in the small powder room with its custom vanity.
I love a beautiful staircase and especially love when a wood railing is paired with white spindles.
A blue bedroom enjoys a cozy reading nook, and did you notice the built-in drawers?
This gorgeous bedroom feels like your bathing in the tree tops with all the windows. I love the creative way the mirrors are hung above the vanity.
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