Despite having originated sometime in the 1860’s, the Craftsman style of architecture continues to remain popular in many neighborhoods in America. Large, overhanging roofs, intricate details, and beautiful, high quality materials give these homes an outward aesthetic that turns heads. With such a grand, stately appearance, it’s no wonder that so many areas of Denver are host to these beautiful homes, including Sloan’s Lake, Cherry Creek, Highlands Ranch, and suburbs in the south like Centennial and Parker.
Below, we’ve discussed some of our favorite siding options for Denver’s enchanting craftsman style residences.
Characteristics of Craftsman Style Homes
When you think of something that’s been “crafted,” you probably imagine something that’s been very elegantly and intentionally made. There has been a lot of thought and effort put into its design. It may also be very beautiful, but also incredibly functional. Craftsman homes are the same. They’re characterized by well thought out, eye catching details. Some of these include:
Siding Options for Craftsman Homes
The siding you choose for your Denver craftsman home is entirely up to you. But whatever you decide on, it should be a style and material that compliments your home’s architectural features. There are four different types of craftsman homes, including prairie, four square, bungalow, and mission. Each of these have their own distinct personality. However, these siding options are great choices for all four styles:
Find the Perfect Siding Option for your Craftsman Home
Call Scottish Home Improvements today to explore siding styles for your Denver craftsman home.