Mission Style Interior Decoration
Furnishing and accessorizing the Arts & Crafts home
The following articles and photos have been culled from period magazines published during the Arts & Crafts Movement, primarily by early 20th century American publishers.Making a Little Money Go a Long Way
For a humorous perspective on how our favorite architectural style was viewed in 1934, see this excerpt from the August 1934 Better Homes & Gardens magazine.
Below you will find original images and drawings of every room of the Arts and Crafts bungalow circa 1910 to 1920.
1920 Mission Style Bungalow Interior-Beamed ceiling, built-in buffet, and colonnade.
Bungalow Staircase with built in Bookcase and French Doors
1920 Bungalow Bath with pedestal sink and tub.
Craftsman Style Dining Room Interior-Round oak table and slag glass chandelier.
Arts and Crafts mantle, built in bookcase, and seat
Early Bungalow Kitchen with a wood burning stove and huge farmhouse sink.
Hand crafted in the U.S.A with patience and care, beautiful mission style furniture, lighting, mirrors, lamps, chandeliers and sconces.
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