Designer Anna Jacoby took her clients’ love of the Craftsman style and combined it with their colorful preferences. “I would call the home Craftsman inspired,” she explained.
Cherry wood cabinets and oak floors give the kitchen its warm and friendly glow. “She wanted to have the kitchen look really inviting,” said Jacoby. “She didn’t want anything fussy.”
Over the island, two stained glass pendants add a touch of gold with an abstract pattern. “She wanted that look that it was handmade for her,” said Jacoby.
Fireclay, ceramic tiles offer both a low-maintenance backsplash and a pop of color. “She loves color, so we tried to inject color everywhere,” said Jacoby. “That green is her favorite.”
The master bath draws from that green palette in its glass tile backsplash. “We took our inspiration from the Craftsman green, and then we modernized it and made it more vibrant for her,” said Jacoby. “When I walked into that room it just looked stunning,” she said. “I love the contrast. I love everything about it.”
“When I walked into that room it just looked stunning,” she said. “I love the contrast. I love everything about it.”
In the young daughter’s bathroom, the pattern of colorful tiles breaks away from the more traditional green. “The tiles were so pretty and she loves all of the colors,” said Jacoby.