The American Craftsman style (along with a wide variety of related but conceptually distinct European design movements) developed out of the British Arts and Crafts movement going on since the 1860s. It is an American domestic architectural, interior design, landscape design, applied arts, and decorative arts style and lifestyle philosophy that began in the last years of the 19th century. As a comprehensive design and art movement it remained popular into the 1930s. However, in decorative arts and architectural design it has continued with numerous revivals and restoration projects through present times.
This style is a 1 – 2 stories is a low-pitched roof, hipped, gabled, sometimes with a clipped gable. Roof lines may be complex and cross gabled. It has broad eaves, knee braces, exposed rafter tails and beams, elaborated rafter ends and verge boards, occasionally roof ridge finials are seen. Its floor plan is open and the dormers may shed, gabled, hipped, and sometimes in combination. The fireplace is made in brick or native stone. There’s a unique custom features such as inglenooks and window seats. Also, includes craftsman-designed hardware, lighting, and tile work by notable houses such as Roycroft, Batchelder, and Yellin, substantial covered porches. The windows are double-hung. And lastly, Shingle, lapped, and stucco siding is common.
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