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Located in the historic Angelino Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles, this beautifully restored 1905 Craftsman home combines vintage style with modern details.
Zac Witte saved to Mill Street
Sienna and Javod are inspired by vintage pieces, whether it's while window shopping at local antique markets, shopping for vintage treasures online, or inheriting family heirlooms. When paired with a penchant for DIY, crafting and art, the result is a beautiful home filled with geometric patterns, textiles and mid-century furniture.
(Image credit: Esteban Cortez) Sienna and Javod's San Jose home is filled with art, mid-century modern furniture, and geometric patterns. Though a lot of the items were made by Sienna or purchased s
Lisa Gatti saved to Craftsman Style
I am about to make the final deal on a vintage Craftsman King Seeley table saw 103.27270. I was wondering if anyone knew of the quality of this older model...
Alex Lutz saved to Dream Shop
A 1914 Craftsman house is restored with sensitivity.
Penelope McGowan saved to dream house
Restoration veterans saw beyond fake siding and popcorn ceilings to the inherent charm of this rural bungalow.
Fara Bulsara saved to Дом мечты
Fireplace Mantel Floating Shelf Vintage Craftsman Finish - Victorian Design / We Are Very Passionate About Our 100% Satisfaction Rating
**We Do Rush Orders** This fireplace mantel is our Victorian design from our Mountain Elegance line. Its made out of Knotty Alder which is definitely my favorite material to work with. It features true Craftsman Era Design with square lines and multiple supporting corbels. In keeping with the
Elizabeth Royse saved to 39d main st Egremont
Bungalows were defined most particularly by their relationship to the area surrounding them, their functionality, and easy flow of interior spaces.
Sara Smith saved to Floor Plans
This classic Craftsman cottage is not only beautiful to look at but it is functional and cost efficient as well. A simple roofline and rectangular foundation shape keeps costs down so you can put the savings into things like energy-efficient appliances and extra insulation. The smaller but well functioning living space means less energy is needed over the life of the home. An open floor plan and flex space that can be used differently by each homeowner are added bonuses. From the kitchen…
The Mountain View Cottage saved to Dream Home