Stickley's Craftsman Homes, published by Gibbs-Smith, is available from the Turn of the Century Editions/The Parchment Press. Order your copy now [LINK]! (ISBN: 1-58685-379-1  9 x 11 inches, 536 pages) for only $35.

The book features every known house design (over 250), with floor plans and illustrations published in The Craftsman magazine from 1904 to 1916, as well as historic and color photographs of homes that have been located. Also featured is period decorating advice, with color charts for paints and stains.

With this site, as it develops, we hope to have further information that has become available since the book was published, plus helpful hints to enable you to find a Stickley house in your neighborhood.

If you’ve think you’ve located a Craftsman House please contact Ray Stubblebine. Photos are very helpful, especially a good outside view of the front showing a bit of one side, and photos of the Living Room with fireplace and Dining Room.

For more information about Ray Stubblebine, click [HERE].

A site for readers of the book "Stickley's Craftsman Homes" and for general information on houses designed by the leader of the American Arts and Crafts movement:—Gustav Stickley

Unknown Craftsman House discovered in ‘Chips from the Craftsman Workshops’ No. 11

A. B. Purdom, commission in Blackshear, Georgia

New discovery of example of No. 65 located in Butte, Montana

Addition to Craftsman Home No. 150

Download a Craftsman Homes “cheat sheet” to aid your personal search


Gustav Stickley, who was he and how did he design Craftsman Homes?