Hill Cottage Craftsman, or American Craftsman, is an architectural style that developed from the earlier British Arts and Crafts movement; the name comes from a popular magazine, The Craftsman, published in the early 1900s by furniture maker Gustav Stickley. Elements of the style include low-pitched roof lines, gabled or hipped roofs with deeply overhanging eaves and exposed rafters or decorative brackets; a front porch beneath an extension of the main roof; tapered, square columns supporting the roof; four-over-one or six-over-one sash windows; hand-crafted stone or woodwork and mixed materials throughout the structure. Examples of Craftsman style in the Saranac Lake region include: