Arts and Crafts Home Draper, UT
Built on a corner lot, the living quarters of this home were positioned carefully to maximize privacy and reduce both visual and auditory sound. The design’s thorough attention to detail brings the beloved Craftsman bungalow into the 21st century.
The drop cut, or cloud motif, was popular in the original Arts and Crafts movement 100 years ago. Here it is used as railing on the master bedroom balcony.
Exposed roof rafters were finished and shaped by hand to be beautiful as well as functional.
The copper lock set and door bell at the entry are quintessential Arts and Crafts touches.
This photo reveals the axis line beginning in the living room and extending through the entry and dining room.
The zigzag of the stair skirt and repetition in the wrought iron design moves the eye up and down this staircase.
This corbeled mantel was designed and constructed on site.