When it arose in the early 20th century, the Craftsman style was seen as a reaction to the fussiness that permeated designs in the Victorian era. It eschewed gaudy ornamentation for simplicity but without being boring. Today, the wholesome simplicity of the Craftsman style has helped make it one of the more popular and enduring choices in kitchen design. Although the true Craftsman style of years past didn’t put as much emphasis on the kitchen compared to today (the quintessential Craftsman home, the Gamble House in California, had an extremely […]
Carrara vs. Calacatta Marble: What is the Difference?
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