The proponents of this movement imagined idyllic scenes of medieval life, when life was more moral and architectural forms were naturally derived from function. They saw the use of handicraft as more virtuous than that of machine crafted products. Artisan creation included stained glass, wallpaper, tile, textiles, carpets, and metal goods that looked as medieval as possible. These were, of course, modified medieval forms that were picturesque forms of the vernacular. The period brought a few distinctive style of houses that created a fully designed environment, matching the style of the exterior to the interior as well. This included the Craftsman/Bungalow style, Mission style, Prairie style, and English Cottage/Tudor revival style.