A late 19th-century movement has graced us with the beloved and ever-popular American Craftsman Style home.
This style arose from the Arts & Crafts Movement and placed a higher value on hand-crafting rather than mass production. This movement started in Britain and made its way to America, first being displayed in the Boston Museum of Fine Arts.
When touring homes of different styles and periods, you’ll likely recognize a Craftsman home as soon as you see it, as the detail, character, and workmanship are undeniable.
- Handcrafted Work
- Usually Hip Roof or Gable
- Wood and Glass Craftsmanship
- Mixing of Natural Materials Throughout Building (Wood, Brick, Stone)