Read this article today about a guy who got caught up in what I like to call the Arts and Crafts domino effect. Works like this: first go buy some great Arts and Crafts furniture at some antique shops, then decorate a portion of your home around those fine pieces of furniture, then start visiting famous historical homes from the Arts and Crafts period, then get friendly with the dudes who are in charge of those homes, then begin your dream of owning a home just like one of the historical ones you’ve been drooling over, then learn everything there is to know about them, then sell your stake in a sausage business to help pay for your dream, then spend two years building your dream, then spend the rest of your life living your dream.
And if you’d like to see some more great shots of this beautiful home, head on over to John Malick and Associates, they were the ones chosen to design and build the home. Standing ovation for those fellas on a job well done. The stairway railing is a marvelous example of the level of craftsmanship that group is capable of building. It’s worth mentioning that their other craftsman style homes are worth a look as well.
And that’s the American dream, folks. Sell a bunch of sausage and get the house of your dreams. Not bad, not bad at all.