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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Hide CaptionShow CaptionCabinets with clear doors designed to show off a collections of dishware are popular for this style. Design by Mary Broerman.
Upper cabinets with leaded or stained-glass doors are popular for this style, as are clear doors designed to show off a collection of items such as teapots, salt-and-pepper shakers or bowls. Use decorative accessories with an Arts and Crafts inspiration. For accent pieces, use artisanal items in subtle, rich tones; stained glass and pottery make great choices.
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