Some people worry that an Arts and Crafts home means lots of somber wood. Not so! Phillip Webb was a leading Arts and Crafts architect who worked alongside Morris on many projects. One of their better-known projects is Standen, a beautiful Arts and Crafts country house in Sussex, England (open to the public as part of the National Trust) in which much of the paneling was taken to the ceiling and painted white, as in this room. Panels painted a neutral green or green-blue were popular as well.
subway tile + soapstone
We could make the front window in the living room a bench seat.
like the way of handling the downspout
Craftsman homes generally stick to wood and stone floor finishes. Persian, Indian and Turkish rugs often anchored spaces, providing texture and warmth.
like the built ins here
light fixtures, on brand, but not my favorite
Simple pulls and knobs
When you can't have wood floors... put it on the ceiling!
I like how the cabinet is built in and matches the trim color. I also like how the top of the cabinet aligns with the sill of the window