Arts and Crafts Living Room Design Photos

This turn-of-the-century original Sellwood Library was transformed into an amazing Portland home for it's New York transplants. Custom woodworking and shelving transformed this room into a warm living space. Leaded glass windows and doors and dark stained wood floors add to the eclectic mix of original craftsmanship and modern influences. Lincoln Barbour
sofa colour and shelf behind - kelsey_muir


David Duncan Livingston

Jay Sinclair

John Cornegge
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TMC stone in the 2013 BCASWI Parade of Homes #19 Builder: Tradewinds General Contracting, Inc. Interior Designer: Debbie Martinez& Tamara Rowley Stone: Coronado French Country Texas Cream

the overall feel of this home is warm and bright and homely...but is the flooring little too 'poppy out'?? - johnmelmartin

Traditional design blends well with 21st century accessibility standards. Designed by architect Jeremiah Battles of Acacia Architects and built by Ben Quie & Sons, this beautiful new home features details found a century ago, combined with a creative use of space and technology to meet the owner’s mobility needs. Even the elevator is detailed with quarter-sawn oak paneling. Feeling as though it has been here for generations, this home combines architectural salvage with creative design. The owner brought in vintage lighting fixtures, a Tudor fireplace surround, and beveled glass for windows and doors. The kitchen pendants and sconces were custom made to match a 1912 Sheffield fixture she had found. Quarter-sawn oak in the living room, dining room, and kitchen, and flat-sawn oak in the pantry, den, and powder room accent the traditional feel of this brand-new home. Design by Acacia Architects/Jeremiah Battles Construction by Ben Quie and Sons Photography by: Troy Thies

An Arts & Crafts built home using the philosophy of the era, "truth to materials, simple form, and handmade" as opposed to strictly A&C style furniture to furnish the space. Custom cocktail table made from reclaimed wood and an antique Turkish copper platter incorporated in the middle. Photography by Karen Melvin

Rick Ricozzi Photography

Design Yulia Kulikova Photo Eugen Tsvetkov


Photography by John Reed Forsman