Tweaked to align with the new owners’ preferences, a builder’s house gets an Arts & Crafts makeover with oak woodwork, stained glass, mosaic tile, and soothing colors and textures.
By Regina Cole
(From our sister publication Arts & Homes and The Revival magazine)

Finding enough room in the right old house in the suburbs of Washington, D.C., was proving impossible. “The advent of twins meant they couldn’t stay in their previous house,” says interior designer Shazalynn Cavin–Winfrey of SCW Interiors in Alexandria. Her clients considered building a new house to suit their needs.

Having long collected Stickley and Arts & Crafts furniture, they wanted an Arts & Crafts house. To their delight and relief, a perfectly ordinary builder’s house might just fit the bill: With design help from Cavin–Winfrey, they were able to turn a newly built, 5,000-square-foot, two-and-a-half-storey house into a modern bungalow. Read more.

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