Arts & Crafts | Making the Shift

As most of you know, I've just moved into a Craftsman home in Eastern Oregon. The home, built in 1925, has a textbook exterior and a traditional layout. The best past is that in the downstairs rooms, which include a dining, living, office, and bedroom, all feature original unpainted wood trim. Its pretty dreamy. 

My usual style tends towards bohemian, textile-heavy, moody interiors, but now that I'm the steward of this home, I feel the need to decorate more in line with the original vibe of the house. There are also many cottage-like elements to my new place, which I love but don't necessarily call for the "Sarah Greenman Boho Treatment".

This week, I'm painting the walls of my living and dining room. Of course, I will keep the wood trim untouched. So as a precursor to that transformation, I thought I'd share some Craftsman home inspiration here on the blog! Aren't these space incredible?

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