Hubbard-Roycroft Museum - Table of Contents

Living Room and Dining Room -
Elbert Hubbard Roycroft Museum
363 Oakwood Avenue, East Aurora, New York

2004 Photos

Living Room

Arts & Crafts style oak front door leading to porch

Arts & Crafts stylee oak vestibule  door                         The interior has oak floors and chestnut woodwork.

Living room fireplace

Living room windows and Roycroft table lamp

Living room newel post and balustrade

Andirons: cartoonist and illustrator W. W. Denslow's trademark signature was a stylized seahorse. Denslow worked with the Roycofters before he became famous for his illustrations of "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz."

Dining Room

The living room opens into the dining room, and these two adjacent spaces, both with chestnut woodwork, are separated only by open partitions of post-and-panel construction.

Dining room

  Dining room                                   Beamed ceiling. Light fixture, originally gas illuminated, is not Roycroft. The lighting fixture with its Steuben glass globes belonged to the ScheideMantels

Dining room                   Built-in sideboard china cabinet of polished chestnut with squared glass doors, adorned with hand-crafted copper pulls and hinges. The original oak dining room furniture belonged to the ScheideMantels

Dining room                           Detail from previous photo

Dining room               Another detail

Special thanks to Diane and Don Meade for their cooperation and assistance in 2004
Photos and their arrangement 2004 Chuck LaChiusa
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