What do you know about the furniture from the USA? As far as I am concerned it is a solid and durable one. Despite the highest quality, it is made with the best precision and attention to details. This are the reasons why people should consider having such furniture in their interiors. What is more, such furnishing may fit to any type of design, because it looks elegantly and finely. Please, have a look down below and search through many beautiful examples!
This beautifully made of bathroom vanity set in wood is a beautiful design element, which introduces a unique atmosphere to the interior. Practical drawer and cabinet have been beautifully finished with charming handles.
This traditionally designed framed mirror is based on the design of American arts and Crafts movement. The frame is made from oak solids with hand applied amber finish. The mirror features attractive bevel along the edges.
This tastefully made vanity base is a great solution that will give a lovely atmosphere in every bathroom. Practical cabinet and shelf are ideal for storing towels or cosmetics.
This beautiful publication for a real treat for lovers of creating furniture and art furniture. It contains treasures of furniture that impress with an incredible performance. The whole beautifully prepared.
Thomas Day: Master Craftsman and Free Man of Color (Richard Hampton Jenrette Series in Architecture and the Decorative Arts)
An amazing way to learn something more about the arts and crafts - this book offers you a guide through the tradition of this stunning movement and allows you to get to its beginnings, making it perfect for anyone, who's interested in it.
Why I like Arts and Crafts Style...A simplistic approach...The Arts and Crafts Movement was a reformist movement that influenced European, Canadian, and American art, architecture, furniture, and decorative arts. The movement came toward the end of the ni
ISSUU - Stickley Mission Oak & Cherry Collection by Stickley
My bedroom furniture....Mission
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Why not accent your family room or study with this exquisite mission-style chair? It sports the solid wood construction and the beautiful, steam bent arms, while the innerspring seat cushion ensures years of comfort.
American Craftman Style Front Door Hardware
World Market | Mission-Style furniture on a budget
Gustav Stickley. Huge influence in the Arts and Crafts movement. Influenced many Architects including: Frank Lloyd Wright, Greene and Greene and Charles Renee Mackintosh. Over 100 years later his furniture designs are still relevant.
Particularly fond of the wood mullions (muttons) in the windows, not to mention the tile fireplace. Great Arts & Crafts space. We have this fixture in our entry and going up our stairs.
Glass window panel. This beautiful decoration has been handcrafted using old fashioned techniques. It consists of 247 pieces of stained glass wrapped in fine copper foil, which combined create an amazing visual effect.
the details are amazing! Can't wait to get back to
Built-in cabinetry in an Arts & Crafts dining room. Built-ins eliminated the need for all dining room furnishings except a table and chairs.
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Chapter 18 Shingle Style and American Arts and crafts: Gustav Stickley chair, American Arts and Crafts
John Henry Belter (American, born Germany, 1804-1863). Bed, ca. 1856. Rosewood, headboard:
Stickley inspired oak mission style rocking chair. Made by an American craftsman. Love it!
I would love to have furniture and flooring from this craftsman. American Chestnut Farm Table w./ tapered Shaker style leg (hand crafted by Appalachian Woods)
Door by Craftsman Door Company - Art Glass by Theodore Ellison Designs
American Mission Spindle Sofa Chair AMW-1203, Mission Sofas and Morris Chairs, Tree Crowns Furniture, Mission Furniture
Chest Made by Gustav Stickley. Date: ca. 1903 Culture: American Medium: Oak, wrought iron, cedar Dimensions: 25 3/4 x 40 5/8 x 20 3/8 in
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MäRyan Panel Bed from Simply Amish furniture
"The long living room in a Midwest bungalow is filled with American Morris chairs as well as wicker and period lithographs." Photo: Jessie Walker.
American Craftsman Grand Sideboard. Hand crafted using solid North American Red Oak. Hand rubbed medium cherry finish. Ample storage with six drawers and two cabinets. Solid wood top with backsplash and dovetail drawer construction with steel full exte
Stickley Self Storing Dining Table 89/91-598 - craftsman - dining tables - new york - Stickley Furniture
Frank Lloyd Wright - table
1907 Foursquare Bungalow - ''The living room is typical of the period, with its built-ins around the brick hearth, and leaded windows.'' All photos by William Wright
Beautiful Art Nouveau / Craftsman style piece.
Arts & Crafts cabinet door styles reflect the patterns used in period furniture and window sashes.
Arts & Crafts | Bungalow | Prairie School, junior Morris chair, USA, oak, leather, 26"w x 34"d x 32"h
THE AMERICAN BUNGALOW WINE RACK STANDING CLOCK
The American Craftsman style, or the American Arts and Crafts movement, is an American domestic architectural, interior design, landscape design, applied arts, and decorative arts style and lifestyle philosophy that began in the last years of the 19th cen
The name “Craftsman” is actually the title of a popular magazine published by furniture designer, Gustav Stickley in the early 1900's. A true Craftsman home sticks the original plans laid out in the magazine. Of course over time people have taken libe
Stickley craftsman style dresser. I love the hardware in particular - the rough metal straps and pulls are beautiful against the figured wood.
1912 Craftsman Kitchen - the combination of using doors to match the rest of the house, wood floors, and wood tone cabinets and the light countertops.... and the hardware!
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An original Gustav Stickley Morris chair in fumed oak at the Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms.
Furniture : American, FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT. An Oak Reclining Armchair, designed for theWilliam E. Martin House, Oak Park, Illinois, circa 1902. .
Upholstery for my Stickley Furniture
like the craftsman detailing and the glass doors ~ white instead
The Joyce 1925 American Builder Magazine BY William A. RAdford Co.
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Armchair Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright ca. 1902-3--I like the wide sidearms where one could set a drink. That eliminates the need for an end table. (I hate end tables)
Murphy Bed for Craft - Office - Guest Room