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Our Mission is to offer expert advice and perspective for those building, renovating, or furnishing a home in the Arts and Crafts spirit. This website covers contemporary practitioners as well as the historical antecedents of the continuing Arts and Crafts movement. Learn more →

ABOVE: The Marbella is a recently introduced fire bowl from Eldorado Stone. Made from glass-reinforced concrete, it incorporates a 65,000 BTU gas burner. The hand-sanded bowl comes in four colors and two finishes.

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Today’s Color & Pattern

by Arts and Crafts Editor
Browse a specialized list of products and manufacturers suitable for your Arts & Crafts Bungalow or Dutch Colonial cottage, your Tudor Revival, Craftsman, or early ranch, including wallpapers and friezes, stencil patterns and supplies, and specialty paints and palettes.
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Arts & Crafts Kitchen Expo

by Patricia Poore
Browse an inspiring and eye-opening list of specialist products and manufacturers to help you design, outfit, and finish your kitchen—whether you’re restoring a period bungalow or dreaming of a multi-function room for your Craftsman Revival house.
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North America’s Online Home for Historic Real Estate.
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Windows & Doors With Style

by Patricia Poore
Browse a selective list of specialist manufacturers of period-appropriate doors and windows— including production, semi-custom, and custom work, appropriate for Craftsman-era homes and those of the Arts & Crafts Revival.
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French Doors Let In the Light

by Mary Ellen Polson
Whether they open onto a side porch, visually join two rooms together, or invite you to step out onto the terrace, French doors are a delightful way to move from one space to the next. By their nature — they are, after all, mostly glass — they bring in abundant light.
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Windows & Doors (on the inside)

by Mary Ellen Polson
Choosing new or replacement doors and windows that look right on the exterior façade is how most people think of the task. But, especially in retrofitting to an old house, it’s just as important to specify units that don’t clash with interior woodwork and the décor.
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The Practical Appeal of Window Awnings

by Patricia Poore
They’re an instant dose of old-fashioned.
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Exterior Millwork Sources

by Lori Viator
These companies make period-inspired products including columns, porch systems, architectural elements, shutters, and other exterior millwork suitable for Bungalows, Craftsman houses, Arts & Crafts Tudors, and houses of the Revival.
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Motifs of the Revival: Fishes

by Patricia Poore
Fish have been used as a decorative element for centuries.
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An Artistic House, Every Inch Beloved

by Brian D. Coleman
Santa Barbara is deservedly popular—as housing prices testify. With a good eye, this couple made a tiny bungalow a thing of beauty.
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