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Light wood cabinetry and beige granite countertops blend perfectly with the neutral walls in this craftsman kitchen.
Heavy wood elements run throughout this craftsman kitchen. It is beautifully contrasted by white marble countertops and backsplash.
Ambient lighting from the glass dome pendants and recessed ceiling lights set a warm and cozy ambiance to this white kitchen.
This kitchen features white cabinetry, subway tile backsplash, and a deep blue island complemented with geometric pendants and rustic counter chairs.
The cozy feel of this kitchen is enhanced by wooden cabinetry, cushioned bar stools, and hardwood flooring. Black granite countertops add an elegant touch to the area.
The dark wood tone of the breakfast island creates a nice contrast against the white cabinetry of this craftsman kitchen.
Large kitchen filled with wooden cabinetry, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, glass globe pendants, and a striking backsplash.
Bright and airy kitchen with white cabinetry, light hardwood flooring, and plenty of windows that invite an abundant amount of natural light in.
This white kitchen equipped with stainless steel appliances and a farmhouse sink is softened by ambient lighting from the chrome dome pendants and recessed ceiling lights.
Spacious eat-in kitchen boasting a cohesive look achieved by the wooden dining set and natural wood cabinetry that match the wide plank flooring.
A blue curved island stands out against the white cabinetry of this kitchen. Decorative tile backsplash adds interest to the room.
Dark wood cabinetry and island over wide plank flooring enhance the craftsman appeal of this kitchen.
Spacious kitchen with hardwood flooring, granite countertops, and natural wood cabinetry that match the breakfast island.
This kitchen is filled with wooden cabinetry and a granite top island paired with animal print bar stools giving the area a unique accent.
The neutral walls and cabinets of this gourmet kitchen are softened by natural hardwood flooring. Subway tile backsplash and caged pendants add nice touches.
This kitchen includes a light wood-paneled ceiling and white cabinetry accentuated with linear mosaic tile backsplash.
Warm dining room with wooden cabinetry, granite countertops, and stainless steel appliances. Wrought iron pendants hanging over the center island enhance the cozy ambiance of the area.
This charming kitchen has bright white cabinetry that follows the curve of the wall. These bright elements are balanced by the hardwood flooring and the beige granite countertops that match the ceiling.
The charming hardwood flooring of this kitchen matches perfectly with the wood cabinets that line the wall. These cabinets make the stainless steel appliances stand out.
The dark wood and dark granite of the kitchen island matches well with the dark stools and hardwood flooring. These are then contrasted by the bright white shaker cabinets and drawers of the cabinetry.
The elegant wooden cabinets and drawers of the kitchen contrast the stainless steel appliances and matches with the hardwood flooring. These are warmed by the yellow glow of the decorative lights over the kitchen island.
This kitchen has a large white kitchen island with a light gray counter that houses the sink. This is then topped with pendant lights that hang from the white ceiling.
This kitchen has a large white kitchen island that also doubles as the breakfast bar illuminated by a couple of pendant lights hanging from the beige ceiling that also has recessed lights. These bright elements are contrasted by the hardwood flooring.
This is a charming and homey kitchen with matching wood elements on its kitchen island, cabinetry, hardwood flooring, and exposed beams of the ceiling. These are complemented by the green backsplash tiles and the surrounding windows.
This small kitchen is given an element of spaciousness by the glass doors and white hues of the wooden cabinets and drawers. This Craftsman-Style kitchen has a modern feel brought by the stools, metallic appliances, and the modern ceiling-mounted lights over the dark wood kitchen island.
The beautiful hardwood flooring is accented with a chessboard design that contrasts the white tray ceiling. The white kitchen peninsula houses the sink and oven that are surrounded by white wooden cabinets and drawers with a dark countertop.
The boundaries of this Craftsman-Style kitchen is marked by wooden beams that contrast the white walls. The same wooden hue is used on the hanging cabinets flanking the window and the drawers of the L-shaped peninsula with a countertop made of white stone.
This Craftsman-Style kitchen has a U-shaped peninsula with grayish countertops and a wooden body. One side of this peninsula has a second layer that serves as a bar paired with elegant wooden chairs that have patterned cushions. The two walls of the kitchen are dominated by wooden drawers and cabinets that also house the appliances.
The colorful patterned rug and chic striped wallpaper of the upper layer of the walls are a good contrast to the wooden cabinets mounted over the kitchen peninsulas with drawers and cabinets of the same hue. The peninsulas are topped with white tiles that go well with the marble-like patterns of the backsplash tiles.
This may be an intimate kitchen with a small floor space but it is counterbalanced by the abundance of windows and a white ceiling that bears exposed beams. Space is maximized with a U-shaped peninsula that houses the oven and dishwasher with wooden drawers and cabinets.
This spacious Craftsman-Style kitchen has a coffered gray ceiling that supports the pendant lights hanging over the kitchen island that doubles as a bar paired with gray wooden stools. The gray tones of the built-in cabinets go well with the hardwood flooring.
This is a simple and intimate Craftsman-Style kitchen that favors function over style. The modern elements come from simple lines and metallic fridge, oven, microwave, and dishwasher. These are augmented by the white wooden cabinets, drawers, and hardwood flooring.
A grayish woven area rug is in the middle of the hardwood flooring of this kitchen. It pairs well with the modern appliances that are surrounded by white wooden cabinets and drawers of the kitchen peninsula which has a white countertop. The white elegance of this kitchen is augmented by the white ceiling and white-tiled backsplash with a brick wall design.
The white monotony of this room is broken by the exposed dark wooden beam of the ceiling and the hardwood floor. A touch of texture is brought by the patterned tiles on the walls. The simplicity of this Craftsman-Style kitchen is brightened by the natural light from the window.
Colorful patterned tiles make up the backsplash of the cooking area giving this Craftsman-Style kitchen a homey warmth. The dark stained glass adorning the built-in cabinets is a nice artistic touch. The hardwood floors match well with the drawers and cabinets flanking the stove.
A lovely and bright Craftsman-Style kitchen that has a white ceiling that brightens up the room with its pin lights. This is augmented by three large windows and their natural lights that lighten up the wooden elements of the cabinets, drawers, and the kitchen island with a whitish countertop that reflect those of the U-shaped peninsula.
This Craftsman-Style kitchen has a tray ceiling that contrasts the hardwood floor. The hardwood floors reflect the wooden elements of the kitchen island and peninsulas. The natural lights and pendant lights play well on the white countertops and backsplash.
The dark countertops and leather stools pair up with the appliances on accenting this predominantly white Craftsman-Style kitchen with white wooden structures surrounding the kitchen island. This is balanced by the dark wooden flooring.
This is a Craftsman-Style kitchen that highlights the beauty of nature with its green hues and multiple windows that give a view of the surrounding foliage. This is augmented by the earthy tones of the wooden floors and peninsula then capped off with the white ceiling representing the sky.
The moss-like patterns of the kitchen island’s countertop are paired with a wooden coffered ceiling mounted with pin lights and pendant lights. The coffered ceiling matches well with the wooden finish of the cabinets lining the walls and the kitchen peninsula by the windows.
The elegant black countertops and backsplash of this Craftsman-Style kitchen give contrasts to the light hues of the wooden cabinetry. This is balanced by the white-tiled floor and white tray ceiling that makes the modern metallic appliances stand out.
The beige marble floor matches the backsplash of the kitchen peninsula. The kitchen island and its white marble countertop are illuminated by a modern chandelier that goes well with the wooden elements and modern appliances.
The dark stone countertops of the kitchen island and peninsula contrast well with the white-tiled floor of this Craftsman-Style kitchen. The wooden cabinets and drawers are illuminated by the natural light of the window and the warm light from the ceiling-mounted lights.
The stand-out feature of this kitchen is the wooden apparatus that houses the ceiling lights and has criss-cross designs. Its shape mimics that of the L-shaped kitchen island with a charming green countertop and wooden cabinets that reflect on the built-in cabinets and drawers.
Medium-sized pendant lights hang from the four corners of the white ceiling illuminating the deep green hue of the wooden built-in cabinets and drawers as well as the kitchen island and fridge housing. The white-tiled flooring serves as a background to the vibrant colors of the patterned area rugs.
The kitchen island goes parallel with the kitchen peninsula in this Craftsman-Style kitchen that gives a feel of efficiency in the way it maximized the space. Woodworks feature amazing craftsmanship in the designs of the various drawers and cabinets as well as the wine rack above the fridge.
A brilliant wooden structure with molding protrudes from the white ceiling that holds the three pendant lights over the kitchen central island made of redwood that is reflected onto the kitchen peninsula. These redwood drawers and cabinets seem to blend into the redwood floor that goes well with the dark stools.
The built-in hanging cabinets, kitchen peninsula with drawers, and the central kitchen island are given a redwood material and elegant tray finish. These wooden structures pop out against the light hues of the beige walls and white-tiled floor. These are balanced by the green-tinged countertops and backsplash.
The white wooden kitchen island has a farmhouse design to it that brings a sense of homey warmth to the traditional dark wood hanging cabinets and built-in drawers surrounding it. These are paired with a ceiling and white-tiled flooring that puts emphasis on the dark wooden elements.
This Craftsman-Style kitchen has white wooden hanging cabinets lining the walls and drawers on the kitchen peninsula. The white wooden cabinetry fits well with the modern metallic appliances and white ceiling. A good contrast is given by the hardwood flooring and dark wood kitchen island.
It’s not always easy to spot craftsman design. A Craftsman home is notable for its liberal use of natural woods, usually stained in a medium to the dark tone and its paneled entry doors. If you like this vintage style, then you should consider these Craftsman kitchen design ideas for your home.
Craftsman bungalows, which first appeared on the west coast during the early 1900s, is an uncomplicated style that still appeals to many homeowners today. It is also a popular style for kitchens, as a recent survey of 1.78 million kitchens revealed that 2.67% of them were Craftsman style. While 2.67% doesn’t seem like a large percentage, it is the sixth most popular design out of a total of 20 styles that were examined.
As the arts and crafts movement, which inspired the house design, promoted an uncomplicated style of house with liberal use of handmade, natural elements, a Craftsman kitchen is easy to recognize. Here are some examples of Craftsman kitchen design ideas.
Note the liberal use of wood in the kitchen. It is found in the flooring, cabinets, the island or peninsula, and the furnishings. While vintage Craftsman homes usually feature darker woods, like medium or dark oak, pine, or walnut, contemporary Craftsman designs may utilize lighter wood tones, like blonde oak, pine, or whitewashed finishes.
Craftsman Style Cabinetry
The entry door of a Craftsman home is notable for its paneled style with a glass panel window. The cabinetry in a Craftsman kitchen reflects this look with recessed or raised panel doors. Some kitchen designs many also incorporate smaller glass-front doors above the wall cabinets or between the solid door fronts.
Bigger is Better
Craftsman-style homes are also noted for their expansive design, which can be difficult to duplicate in a small kitchen. A big kitchen works better for achieving a true Craftsman aesthetic because of its spaciousness. Even medium-sized kitchens with the right layout can reflect the look of a Craftsman home, especially when an island or L-shaped peninsula for storage space and sitting is added.
Some Craftsman kitchen design ideas may also include exposed beams as most vintage Craftsman homes have this feature. With the right cabinet style and the use of natural wood throughout the kitchen, you can easily recreate a Craftsman-style kitchen and make it the centerpiece of your house when entertaining family or friends.
More Detail About Craftsman Design (Generally)
The craftsman style was popular at the turn of the 20th century when it was a backlash against the overwrought and mass-produced opulence of the Victorian era.
Architects and designers rejected these factory-produced furnishings in favor of decorative elements and furniture that embraced natural beauty and traditional craftsmanship. This style was spearheaded by several well-known architects, including Gustav Stickley, William Borris, and Frank Lloyd Wright.
Craftsman kitchens can be a little harder to identify than other spaces in the home, but there are some features each Craftsman kitchen should have:
- Lots of wood. Wood elements should not be painted, instead of stained in rich colors that show off the natural grain. Oak is the iconic wood of this style.
- Colors used in Craftsman style kitchens should be subtle and muted. Try to stick with earthy, organic colors, but if you pick a blue, select a dusky color, like the one shown above.
- Details should be handmade, stenciled, or hand-painted. Wallpaper isn’t something you’ll see in a Craftsman home.
- Mica or Tiffany-style light fixtures in Craftsman style kitchens, which are favored for their natural look and intricate craftsmanship respectively.
- Windows should have linear or geometric elements.
- Backsplashes may have handcrafted tiles.
- Bronze, brass, and copper are popular metals, particularly for cabinet pulls and faucets.
Cabinetry is another feature that can make or break a Craftsman kitchen. Rich woods and clean lines are key to a craftsman kitchen. Remember to keep the details simple, without a lot of intricate carvings.
Countertops in Craftsman style kitchens are typically granite or soapstone, and the floors are natural materials, including hardwood, stone, or slate.
If the kitchen has an attached eating area, having built-in bench seating is a must-have.
26 Specific Craftsman Kitchen Ideas
1. Craftsman Kitchen with Small Center Island
2. Spacious Craftsman Kitchen with Mosaic Tile Medallion
3. Rustic Craftsman Kitchen with Stonework
While non-organic colors like blue aren’t common in Craftsman kitchens, if they are used, they should be dusky and faded, like the vent hood in the kitchen below. This Craftsman kitchen leans more towards rustic, substituting a lot of wood for natural stone brick.
4. Spacious Craftsman Kitchen with Pendant Lights
While we still see stainless steel appliances, the rest of the metal in the kitchen looks like cast iron. A few small details, like handwoven baskets, draw attention to the high ceilings.
5. Craftsman-Contemporary Kitchen with Large Center Island
The black island isn’t something you’ll see in purely Craftsman kitchens, but it is a great contrast piece to the rest of this starkly Craftsman design that includes lots of trim work, simple windows, and natural stone tile.
6. Mission Style Craftsman Kitchen
Mission style is a sub-style of Craftsman and tends to be somewhat more Southwestern-inspired, which we can see in the woodwork above the windows and on the cabinet doors beneath the farmhouse sink.
7. Natural Maple Mission-Style Kitchen
This is another great example of a Mission-style Craftsman kitchen, featuring stonework, handcrafted tiles, and light maple cabinetry. The textured walls evoke a Southwestern style.
8. Beautiful Craftsman Kitchen with Exposed Beams
Seen through a wide archway, this kitchen features custom cabinetry, exposed wooden beams, and natural stone on both the floors and in the backsplash. The details are understated but stunning.
9. Craftsman Kitchen with Tile Countertops
Granite tile countertops are unusual, since slab countertops are more popular overall, but they do fit the theme of a Craftsman kitchen. The simple, beautiful natural wood cabinetry is the most stunning feature of this kitchen design.
10. Craftsman Kitchen with Tiffany Style Pendant Lights
The soft, natural materials and colors of this kitchen are broken by two small Tiffany style pendant lights above the lengthy center island. Oak flooring contrasts and yet meshes perfectly with the lighter grained wood of the cabinets.
11. Rustic-Opulent Craftsman Kitchen
This kitchen really hinges on the very edge of Craftsman, since it features ornate cabinetry that doesn’t quite fit with the Craftsman aesthetic. However, it still features all the natural, handcrafted elements that make it Craftsman.
12. Small Craftsman Kitchen with Open Layout
The V-shaped details on the upper cabinetry of this small kitchen are the kind of simple details that are common in Craftsman kitchens. Understated, yet elegant. Details in Craftsman kitchens do a lot of work.
13. Simple Craftsman Kitchen with Bay Window
Craftsman style is known for the incredible windows, and this kitchen has several types. The extended window above the sink is like a mini greenhouse for an herb garden, while the more decorative windows to the right let in light without sacrificing privacy.
14. Sleek, Contemporary Craftsman Kitchen
15. Rich Wood Kitchen with A Few Traditional Touches
It can be difficult to create a fully Craftsman style, which is a great reason to show you kitchens that have a few details that don’t quite fit the Craftsman by-the-book style. Here, we see the light fixtures, which are a little ornate for Craftsman style.
16. Rich Cherry Wood Craftsman Kitchen
This kitchen focuses more on the rich stain than the grain of the wood and features a few small ornate touches on the cabinets. The combination of traditional cabinets with glass-faced and open shelving is stunning.
17. Rustic Craftsman Kitchen with Ridged Glass Cabinets
This lovely Craftsman kitchen features rustic, stained pine cabinetry and stone backsplash. The muted, organic colors are perfect for a Craftsman.
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18. Craftsman Kitchen with Stained Glass
The most stunning detail of this Craftsman kitchen is the stained glass fronts of one of the back-lit upper cabinets. A large center island adds functionality to the simplicity of the design.
19. Pinewood and Brick Craftsman Kitchen
Vintage appliances and the light pinewood details of this kitchen make it somewhat less contemporary than other kitchens in this collection. This is a lovely kitchen, with plenty of windows to bring in light and fresh air.
20. Contemporary Craftsman Kitchen
Stainless steel and a darker stain on the cabinets mark this Craftsman kitchen as having a decidedly contemporary inspiration.
21. Detailed Craftsman Kitchen with Handcrafted Tile
The backsplash of this kitchen is the main event, featuring soft colors and a few handcrafted tiles behind the sink. The details on the cabinetry are simple but effective.
22. Pinewood Craftsman Kitchen
This kitchen has a bit of a vintage feel to it, especially with the faux panels covering the refrigerator. The focus here is on the natural wood of the cabinetry, along with the textured stone flooring.
23. Craftsman Kitchen with Tuscan Influences
Lots of stone and a few ornate antique pieces show a little Tuscan influence on this kitchen, but the handcrafted furniture and natural materials mark it as Craftsman.
24. Craftsman Kitchen in Dark Wood
A dark stain is a great way to get a more contemporary look while still adhering to the principles of Craftsman design. Iron pendant lights over the two-tiered island add a bit of a heavier feel to space.
25. Maple Kitchen with Dusky Greens
This is another great example of how to add non-organic color to a Craftsman kitchen. The distressed, dusky green on the island and in the baker’s rack is subtle, yet adds brightness and contrast to the light maple cabinets.