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Check out what’s inside the latest issue of Arts & Crafts Homes and the Revival:

RESTORATION
Laced in Wisteria, by Boulders Braced
Designed by architect Sylvanus Marston, the 1912 Lacey House is a dignified presence on a shady corner in Pasadena.
by Sarah Hilbert | photos by Jaimee Itagaki

THE GUILD
Steve Helberg
Whether it’s lighting, furniture, or a log house, Steve Helberg makes it with his own hands.
by Mary Ellen Polson

NEW WORK
Universal Design in Arts & Crafts Spirit
A passion for period design plus issues of mobility combined to create this new home in St. Paul.
by Patricia Poore | photos by Troy Thies

OUTSIDE
Follow the Clinker Brick Road
Spreading like molten peanut brittle, a playful brick wall ties a garden to a newly built Greene & Greene-style home.
by Mary Ellen Polson | photos by Gridley + Graves

Pilgrimage
The bungalow heart of Texas.
by Clare Martin Alexander

Utility Spaces
Period baths, and a laundry.
by Donna Pizzi

Details
Interior palettes for A&C homes.
by Patricia Poore

Bringing It Back
The all-important frieze.
by Brian D. Coleman

Motifs of the Revival
Raven, Rook & Crow
by Patricia Poore

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Service rooms in Craftsman Style

by Donna Pizzi
In this recent rebuild of an undistinguished 1980s ranch, even the service rooms sing with period authenticity.
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The Bungalow Heart of Texas

by Clare Alexander
The old streetcar suburbs of Dallas and Fort Worth are home to a wealth of Arts & Crafts-period bungalows.
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Interior Color Palettes for Arts & Crafts Homes

by Brian D. Coleman
As with the era’s furniture and textiles, earthy colors predominated in paint.
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The All-Important Wall Frieze

by Brian D. Coleman
The decorated interior wall frieze came into its own during the Victorian era, and was adapted for the lowered ceilings and simpler treatments of the Arts & Crafts period.
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The Guild: Steve Helberg

by Mary Ellen Polson
Whether it's lighting, furniture, or a log house, Steve Helberg makes it with his own hands.
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Motifs of the Revival: Raven, Rook & Crow

by Patricia Poore
Prophet, or bad omen? Ravens and crows carry ancient symbolism
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Follow the Clinker Brick Road

by Mary Ellen Polson
Spreading like molten peanut brittle, a playful clinker brick wall ties a rear garden to a newly built Greene & Greene-style home.
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Universal Design in the Arts & Crafts Spirit

by Patricia Poore
A passion for period design plus issues of mobility created this new home in St. Paul.
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Laced in Wisteria, by Boulders Braced

by Sarah Hilbert
Designed by renowned architect Sylvanus Marston, the 1912 Lacey House is a dignified presence on a shady corner in Pasadena.
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Coloring Outside the Lines

by Patricia Poore
When you were a little kid, in the inward years before arithmetic class, did you feel in your heart that there were good numbers and bad ones? For me the even numbers were good, but 3 and 7 gave me the creeps.
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