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Style your Semi-Detached home with this Modern take on an Arts and Crafts design

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Semi-detached houses have a lot of unique characteristics that can be found in the Arts and Crafts design. Open bay windows, wooden interiors, earthy tones and floral patterns throughout. This style is popular for its simplistic look paired with modern contemporary pieces.

Who doesn’t love a simple life!

When scouring the best design sites I came across this beautiful renovated dated home that has been transformed into a unique and beautiful palace full of Arts and Crafts references and add some unique pieces to bring this home to life.

After all, a house isn’t a home without bringing in some love and character of your own!

Check out below to explore this home and fall in love with the Arts and Crafts design style.

Modern Colours and classic curtain patterns from Rose Cummings fabric along the large windows in this spacious dining area really help give this space a charming appeal.

The main seating area is full of seating options to fit the needs of the owners. Have a seat in these vintage cherused wood-and-rope chairs in the main area, or have a seat next to the window for the perfect reading knook.

Brown is a must have for a Arts and Craft design. Have multiple tones layered together brings a warm and welcoming vibe into the living room.

It’s all in the detail. Simple and functional is a must here, so why not add a Pierre Jeanaret chair alongside a mid-century modern console table for a great place to sort your shoes out. A carved staircase will make this area pop and bring out that brown tone that is so popular with this design.

This contemporary kitchen screams modern, but adding in these Thomas Hayes barstools create a classic and vintage touch to the kitchen.

What a unique cabinetry!

With Farrow & Ball’s Down Pipe No.26 paired with Lamp Room Gray No.88 creates a unique look and allows your eyes to flow across the room elegantly.

For the master bedroom, the owners have mixed and matched different patterns and textures to create an interest. Adding in some earthy colours, this space really feels calming and enchanting. 

A very modern bathroom paired with a soft shaped mirror and abstract decor on the counter, the dark colours and golden contrasts become the focus of attention and make the bathroom feel beautifully classic.

What did you guys think of this Massachusetts sanctuary? The living room really got me and I just loved the use of blue throughout the home. Let me know what you think, i’d love to hear from you 🙂

Take a look at more info about this beaut over on Architectural Digest

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