Style Guide for an Arts and Crafts Kitchen
This beloved design proves a natural fit for a kitchen that's warm, casual and refined.
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Add rich wood trim. Large crown molding, wide wainscoting or a bold plate rail can deliver instant effect.
Install tiles with character. Try a backsplash of subway tiles, either painted with a natural motif or plain and bordered with a series of unique accent tiles. Also look for tiles reminiscent of the prominent artisans of the period: Ernest Batchelder's earth-toned designs from the early 20th century are some of the most coveted ceramic tiles around. You can still buy originals, but reproductions are also widely available.