Modern Craftsman: Charming Home Tour

When I think of solid home construction, I think of craftsman style. Even the name “craftsman” sounds strong and authoritative, resulting in quality design and building. Today we’re touring a modern craftsman house with oodles of curb appeal, gorgeous interiors, and attention to detail.

I’ve never seen a craftsman style house I didn’t like. There’s just something about the strong lines that makes them stand out in any neighborhood.

Modern Craftsman ExteriorPhoto by Sogno Design Group


Painted trim frames a wooden door that opens into a stunning foyer. The rug at the door mimics the colors of the home’s exterior. I like the way this ties the outside of the home to the inside.

Craftsman Front DoorPhoto by Sogno Design Group


White paint in the foyer allows all the architectural detailing to stand on its own. Not a lot of need for embellishment in this space.ย  A green-tiled fireplace awaits you in the living room.

Craftsman StaircasePhoto by Sogno Design Group


Also in the living room is a charming window seat with simple Roman shades. I like the gray paint color on the wall and am searching for something similar for our dining room.

Modern Craftsman Window SeatPhoto by Sogno Design Group


The kitchen is my favorite room in this stunning modern craftsman home. I like the dark range hood that matches the kitchen island. The Shaker style cabinets are a pretty, complementary shade of gray.

Modern Craftsman KitchenPhoto by Sogno Design Group


Just off the kitchen is an equally charming breakfast nook with a rustic farmhouse table.

Craftsman Breakfast NookPhoto by Sogno Design Group


Dark lavender is a pretty yet unexpected hue in the craftsman style dining room. You can see more lavender rooms that were featured earlier this week on my blog. All of the white trim lends an air of crispness to this home.

Craftsman Dining RoomPhoto by Sogno Design Group


Perhaps most impressive is the craftsman staircase that literally looks like it’s climbing toward the heavens.

Amazing Staircase with Architectural DetailPhoto by Sogno Design Group


At the top of the stairs is a cozy loft. The view outside make you feel as though you’re in a tree house.

Craftsman LoftPhoto by Sogno Design Group


Have you noticed the abundance of windows throughout this modern craftsman home? The bedroom feels like you’re sleeping in the treetops.

Modern Craftsman BedroomPhoto by Sogno Design Group


Herringbone tile graces the bathroom floor while bluish-gray subway tile adorns the walk-in shower.

Modern Craftsman BathroomPhoto by Sogno Design Group

I hope you enjoyed today’s modern craftsman home by Sogno Design Group. You can see more of this stunning home at Houzz.


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Jenna Sue Design

Oyster Pond Estate


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  1. Karen Vargo says

    Thanks for sharing this. It is a perfectly beautiful home ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. This is my style of decor. The home itself is amazing, but what I saw when taking the tour is the decor. The gray walls with white trim and the blue and green colors repeated in room after room are exactly what I would do if I had the budget. Of course, some of the decor can be closely duplicated in my little ranch, but most is out of my reach unless I can find a “high/low” comparison somewhere. This needs to be my home – except for the stairs. I’m 75. ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Beautifully done home; really love how the entry prepares you for the rest of the home. Their use of blue and white decor is unusual for a Craftsman but it really works and brings a fresh look to this lovely home.

  4. I agree with Pat M. The exterior colors sets the tempo for the interior. like the blue,green, charcoal/black. Also the natural wood that is used. You can always brighten light colors for all occasions. I find them much easier to work with.

  5. Marlene Stephenson says

    This is a really great craftsman home i like the colors and that stairway to the sky. I have always enjoyed that style old or new, they all have their own differences.

  6. Just lovely! The built in window seats I have always craved. Love the colours too; a very fresh take on a Craftsman.

  7. Love the light, bright interpretation of the Craftsman style – all the charm of the original with a nod to today with the abundant windows, taller ceilings, white woodwork, etc. Just beautiful. The gray color you liked in the living room looks very much like Sherwin William “A New Gray”. I used this color in the bathroom of my new house (also plan to add it to the entry above B & B wainscoting to match the hall tree bench I designed for there) and also in most my previous home that I redid to sell (lots of white woodwork). It is a warm grey that leans towards the brownish end of the spectrum. It works well with wood tones in furniture and is very neutral. Some many grays are are so cold (like a battleship gray) and will only work with black, white and red accents. This gray works with anything and is not too dark. It may be just what you are looking for,

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