Craftsman/Arts & Crafts
This white was found as an interior color from one of Historic New England's properties, the Nickels-Sortwell House in Wiscasset, Maine. During the Arts and Crafts movement, ceilings were light, but not usually bright white. The warm colors often carried over onto coffered or paneled ceilings which formed an important part of the decorative scheme.
During the early 20th century, craftsmen could be part of their particular trade's guild once they received approval by other masters of that guild. To meet approval, the craftsman, who began as an apprentice, must create a masterpiece that is accepted by the guild.
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