At Prodigy, we’re known for our transitional style and sleek, elegant details. But there are a lot of other beautiful styles out there, and it’s such a pleasure for us to help each of our homeowners achieve their own unique vision when it comes to the style of their home. There is a growing movement towards valuing honest materials, beautiful craftsmanship, and a more natural, even rustic aesthetic. This is one reason the craftsman style has become so popular: it actually emerged of a similar push at the turn of the 20th century.
The home we are about to show you is not a traditional craftsman house, though it does feature some craftsman touches, as well as aspects of southwestern and farmhouse styles. Incorporating all of these things into its own fresh, unique aesthetic, this home feels welcoming, warm, and natural. We’re excited to show it to you!
An Appealing Exterior
This stucco is painted such a warm grey, it’s almost a beige: “Anew Grey” from Sherwin Williams. Around the windows, you can see Prodigy’s craftsman style exterior trim, which was a perfect choice for this home. For a rustic touch, they opted for hammered iron light fixtures. The warm, reddish tones of the front door perfectly complement the cedar beams, which are probably the most notable feature of this entryway and really make it stand out.
Craftsman Staples Meet Farmhouse Flair
Moving inside, we see more of those gorgeous natural wood tones in the floor, which is Villa engineered hardwood, in the “Carriage House” color. Five-panel doors, round bronze doorknobs, and simple trimwork are all beautiful craftsman elements. Barn doors are very on-trend, partially thanks to the popularity of farmhouse style, but they’re also a great space-saving solution, and using one for the office gives this hallway a little something special. Finally, the traditional stained-glass light fixture is a beautiful touch.
Beautiful Focal Point
A brick fireplace with a cedar beam mantle fits so beautifully with the aesthetic of this home, and is a lovely focal point to gather around. Before we move on to the kitchen, let’s get another look at the stunning view through those 12ft sliding doors!
What a breathtaking landscape! A cedar beam complements the rugged natural prospect. This is such a perfect outdoor space for entertaining.
A Charming Kitchen
This kitchen is a little bit craftsman, a little bit modern farmhouse, and 100% classic charm! The shaker cabinets and subway backsplash are timeless choices that give the kitchen a good foundation. Huntwood’s “Kodiak” stain warms up the island.
We love the contrast the black pearl leather granite provides against the white cabinets, and with the lighter granite on the island.
The little details, like the cup pulls on the cabinets and the farmhouse style pendant lights really make this kitchen!
Relaxed With a Bit of Sparkle
This master bath balances natural textures with just the right amount of sparkle, thanks to the light fixtures. A curbless shower is a very seamless look, and can also be a good choice for safety and accessibility. With a soothing color scheme and a vibe that is relaxed yet elegant, this space is perfect whether you’re getting ready in the morning or unwinding with a nice hot shower in the evening.
We’ve only shown you a couple of rooms—there’s a lot more to explore! See it now on our Houzz account. This house was modified from our Tempo II plan. Check out all the awesome features of that plan here. If you like the Tempo II, you should also check out the original Tempo and the Tempo III, which have subtle variations to meet different needs. As always, you can see more beautiful homes by visiting our galleries.