Tour a cozy 3-bedroom Craftsman with gorgeous hardwood floors and a stellar master bathroom

Craftsman-style homes became popular in the late 19th century. The style represents an influence from the English Arts and Crafts movement, which promoted handmade designs, according to Houzz. Modern representations of this design, like this beautiful home located in Washington, maintain that handcrafted feel.
A beautiful gabled roof on the front porch and bright yellow door make this home feel inviting from the start. The charming landscape creates a setting of days-gone-by. ​
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When you walk into the kitchen, you'll likely notice the stunning hardwood floors. The cherry color contrasts beautifully with the lighter wood cabinetry and granite countertops. A combination of recessed and accent lighting creates a cozy feeling in the room.
The open-concept space leads into a large sitting room. A recessed ceiling and large windows help the room feel larger and brighter. The warm paint tones pair well with hardwood floors that continue throughout the home.
A formal dining area feels open and inviting with large windows and recessed lighting. The beautiful dark wood furniture looks elegant in this space, and the dark window hangings tie everything together.
This master bedroom is a dream come true. The elevated ceiling features accent and recessed lighting. The large space fits a king-sized bed with plenty of room to move around. The wide window provides plenty of natural lighting, and the lighter decorative touches (note the carpet and walls) create a comfortable oasis to relax in at the end of a long day.
Step into the perfect spalike bathroom just off the master bedroom. A large, jetted tub and stand-alone shower make great use of the large space. Simple stonework in the shower and around the bath matches the rest of the home's color scheme.
The bathroom is huge! A large two-sink vanity takes up the back wall. There is plenty of storage under the sinks and in the drawers. With tons of floor space, getting ready for work here would be easy!
Another bedroom features an iron-framed bed and a calming yellow paint color. The room is large enough for a full-sized bed, bookshelf and desk.
The second bathroom is smaller but decorated beautifully. A pedestal sink and shower stonework create a more luxurious bathroom space.
The home also includes a large entertainment space where family and friends can visit or watch TV. The designers stuck with the warm paint tones and lighter carpet in this room.
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A Craftsman home wouldn't be complete without a porch. This delightful backyard space provides a great place to congregate, rain or shine.
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