The Craftsman style is simple and honest in design, thought to be a true expression of American architecture. A home that emerged towards the end of the late 19th century, the Craftsman was part of the British design and art movement that made its way to Boston in 1890.
The elegant design incorporating hand crafted objects makes it both unique and artistically appealing. An owner living in a Craftsman is whimsical and deeply immersed in the small details of life, paying close attention to the quality rather than quantity of life.
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Rebekah Radice is the Manager of Industry Engagement for Better Homes and Gardens® Real Estate.