Craftsman Custom Built Home Designs

When you’re purchasing a craftsman home you’re not just getting a cookie cutter house or a McMansion you’re investing in a well-crafted home. You will find generous size front porches of either side porch style or a wrap around with supported porch columns. Overhanging eaves and exposed rafters with some having a decorative flare to it. We could go on and on, but you already know how great a craftsman home is so instead enjoy the pictures from our list of 18 craftsman home Ideas.

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#1 Upper Balcony

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A stunning craftsman home with a detached garage and classic farmhouse wrap around porch. It has an upper balcony for private seating. You will also see gable brackets, prairie glass windows and brick masonry. The siding used is cedar shake siding.

#2 Craftsman Cottage

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The charm of this cottage style craftsman home derives from the beautiful combination of wood and stone shakes along with wooden shutters and also wood brackets. Stunning columns will greet you at the front door entrance of this large cozy home.

#3 Picture Perfect

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A picture perfect family home with decorative wooden brackets to support the structure while adding appeal. A combination of cedar siding, wood shakes, and stone really enhance the beauty of this craftsman home. Enjoy the afternoon breeze while sitting on the side porch.

#4 Chimney Home

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Here is a showstopping dream home that features not one but two fireplaces with their beautiful Eldorado stone rough cut chimney’s peeking from the rooftop. You will also enjoy guiding guest to your home while walking on the natural stone pathway.

The daytime will be filled with natural lighting with the help from transom windows and a craftsman fence glass panel door.

#5 Modern Craftsman

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A modernized craftsman home with all the traditional features we love about craftsman from tapered front columns to the use of natural materials. A windowed roof gable and a covered front porch add curb appeal to this cozy home.

#6 Traditional exterior

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Enjoy this beautiful traditional craftsman exterior with vinyl siding, brown brick exterior, and detached garage. The house finish is of iron gray.

#7 Stunning Craftsman

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An utterly stunning craftsman home. We love the arch entrance way and the halfway wrap around porch with structured columns. The windowed gable and chimney adds the traditional appeal of a craftsman home.

#8 Craftsman Interior

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A craftsman interior living room with a beautiful tile fireplace and library near the built-in window bench. You will absolutely love the crown molding on these windows that will give instant character.

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