This 1915 wood frame home in Berkeley, California was designed by Henry Gutterson, a prominent Arts and Crafts-era architect. It has paneled redwood walls and a cathedral ceiling with carved crossbeams.
Here’s a final pic of the 1947 Carl Maston redwood home in L.A. as well as a bio of the architect:
Two more views of architect Carl Maston’s 1947 masterpiece.
Bench Blanket Chest from the crafstmen at MoonstoneRedwood.com
Ever notice that nobody makes fine furniture from composite deck “lumber”?
A great redwood burl cabinet and stools from the craftsmen at MoonStoneRedwood.com Furniture.
Today we are kicking off a series of posts highlighting a redwood a 1947 mid-century masterpiece home in the Hollywood Hills by architect Carl Maston.
Today we are showcasing a fabulous redwood bed by the craftsmen at LittleBranchFarm.com
Nobody makes beautiful furniture with composite “lumber”.