Craftsman elements are found throughout the whole home. Features such as flat, wide millwork and natural wood accents carry the style delicately through the interiors. However, the exteriors are where this style really shines. Stained posts and a vaulted portico entryway are enhanced by traditional craftsman materials like stone and fiber cement siding. Only a touch of contemporary can be found in the modular front door which was imported from Germany, hinting at the bold styles of the interiors.
An inviting outdoor living area is arranged with multiple seating areas and a place to eat. The large stacked-stone fireplace elegantly incorporates local sandstone. The vaulted, wood-planked ceiling and stamped concrete patio floor are enduring selections, helping the area to feel established and solid.
From special focal points to streamlined layouts and warm materials and colors, this home blends craftsman elements with contemporary styling in a fresh new way.
Artwork: Deede W. Gram, Alex Birghenthal
Cabinetry and stair treads: Shawn Freed
Custom painting: Core Painting
Fireplace: Set in Stone, Shawn Freed, and Southern Hearth and Patio
Flooring: Stein Wood Products, E. D. Martin Hardwoods
Furniture: The Great Backyard Place and Chattanooga Bar Stools and More
Glass enclosure and mirrors: The Independent Glass Company
Pantry countertops and staircase: Steel Hammer Designs
Pocket door: Push Hard Lumber Company
Shower seat, vanities, and sinks: Set in Stone
Stone: Lopez Hardscaping