What makes a craftsman style house have curb appeal?
This classic style of architecture has been a favorite for years,
becoming more popular as families look to simplier times.
Craftsman houses are warm and welcoming. The style usually has stacked
or tapered columns, stone or brickwork, shingles or siding. Doors
are often stained wood with wide trim on both windows and doors. Porch
eaves can have rafter tails exposed and wide overhangs.
Craftsman homes are "cousins" of the Bungalow style and are popular
with those that love wood work and craftmanship. If you LOVE the
craftsman style - we have them here at DesignHouse.
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