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Bungalows, Foursquares, and other housing types with Craftsman styling

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When we speak of American Craftsman houses, we often think of bungalows. But in the early 1900s, many types of homes were inspired by the Arts and Crafts movement in England and Scotland. The popular work of Scottish architect and designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1928) advanced interest in the basic style and its import to the U.S. This photo gallery shows a variety of houses with Craftsman handiwork. For fast facts about Craftsman architecture, visit our House Styles dictionary.
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Craftsman House in Ingleside Terraces, San FranciscoSan Francisco Craftsman HouseSome Craftsman houses have cobblestone foundations, porch posts, chimneys, and walls. Cobblestone WallsThe VanLandingham estate in Charlotte, North CarolinaVanLandigham EstateThick round pillars support the low sloping roof of this Craftsman Bungalow. Craftsman Bungalow
Craftsman houses usually have triangular braces in the eaves.Stucco-sided BungalowCraftsman House Sided with Brick and Wood ShinglesBrick and Shingle HouseSided in stucco, this Foursquare house has elaborate Craftsman stickwork around the porch.Craftsman Foursquare HouseMany Craftsman houses have thick, pyramid-shaped porch columns. Two-story Craftsman House
Craftsman houses often have window boxes supported by wooden brackets. Craftsman CottageCraftsman houses were not originally painted bright colors like this one.Painted Craftsman HouseCraftsman houses often have thick, tapered porch posts.Craftsman DetailsThe exposed rafters in the porch roof are both decorative and structural.Classic Arts and Crafts House
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