Enjoy the best of both worlds in this craftsman home that uses both light and dark decor to their fullest advantage!
Step inside this cozy, charming craftsman home and be greeted by dark, rich wood work! The first house I ever owned had wood trim like this. It was a Sears catalog home and the moment I stepped in the front door and saw the trim I said, “this is it!” We made an offer that day and month later we moved in.
So many details in the living room here catch my eye. Obviously the trim knocks your socks off, but then there’s that beautiful gray fireplace and unique light fixture above. A pair of comfy leather chairs is perfect in this space.
Look at the intricacy of the inlaid wood flooring and the beauty of the mullioned windows. Note how the pendant light mimics the look of the windows.
We had two built-in cabinets like this in that Sears catalog home we purchased many moons ago for just $59,000. The leaded glass and mirror are almost identical the one that lived in our dining room.
Mosey on into the kitchen and you’ll find the light and bright spaces of this craftsman home.
I love the stove hood with its pair of matching sconces.
Pretty wooden stools hug the gray and white kitchen island. Such a beautiful kitchen and not what you’d normally expect to see in an older craftsman home.
A built-in bookcase in the kitchen is painted white to keep the light and bright theme going.
The bathroom ha a nice wide double sink vanity with plenty of storage.
A sliding barn door eliminates the challenge of a door swinging into the room and causing a traffic problem. A beautiful tiled walk-in shower is situated across from the vanity.
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