A small addition to a cramped galley kitchen in a 1918 Craftsman bungalow brightens the day. The new breakfast nook overlooks a private backyard and provides storage space under the bench. (Photo: John Granen)
"The Lodge" -- This 10'x10 pergola has a natural, classic look with its split timber and curved beams. It's a beautiful, substantial way to add an additional outdoor room to the back yard. I love the stacked stone and the craftsman style lighting.
The entrance hall of Doug and Joan Stewarts' 1909 Craftsman home in the Montlake neighborhood has a handsome vertical-slat stairway and newel posts with pendent-motif raised patterns that are tied to similar patterns centered on the dining room and living room pediments.
1915 Craftsman, Portland, OR found on Old House Dreams blog. I have a love/hate relationship with this style of architecture. Loving the dark beadboard enclosed sunporch, it is so rich in color, dark but light.