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Editor’s Note
On Trend But Not Debased
By Patricia Poore

Restoration
The Cabin at Point Reyes
A family fixes up a dilapidated, at-risk 1905 cabin in the woods, respecting local building custom as they create a retreat on the wild coast.
By Brian D. Coleman | photos by William Wright

Guild
The Lamps of William Morris
The artist, once a machinist, works in several media—brass, wood, mica, and leaves, along with pottery and glass bases—to make stunning art lamps.
By Regina Cole

New Work
Ultimate Timber
Fine woodwork, furniture, and stained glass inspired by Greene and Greene enhance a timber-frame house that’s both rustic and elegant.
by Regina Cole | photos by Greg Premru

Outside
Garden Edging
From buried barriers to iron and stone, edging remains a practical and often ornamental staple in the garden.
by Brian D. Coleman

Our House
A Granite Foursquare.

Pilgrimage
The new Stickley Museum.
by Brian D. Coleman

Utility Spaces
Visit a spacious, Prairie-leaning kitchen.
By Patricia Poore

Details
Outdoor hardware with sources.
By Mary Ellen Polson

Bringing It Back
Built-ins: colonnades, buffets.
Mary Ellen Polson

From the Archive
Exotic glass shades of the time.
by Bo Sullivan

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Exterior Accessories Aeratus Porch Parts

Aeratis Porch Products

by Arts & Crafts Editor
Aeratis is the only manufactured product that guarantees the product will not expand and contract. This means, your porch will never buckle, cup or warp.
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Sharer Design Group

by Arts & Crafts Editor
Specializing in home remodeling and custom design, Sharer Design Group blends experience and creativity with high quality products to create rooms that allow you to live in practical luxury.
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Garden

Garden Edging for Maintenance & Ornament

by Brian D. Coleman
A staple of English Arts & Crafts gardens, edging has practical as well as historical appeal. From buried barriers to iron and stone, edging remains a practical and often ornamental staple in the garden.
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Furniture & Interior Style

The Cabin at Point Reyes

by Brian D. Coleman
Local building custom was preserved in the rehabilitation of an at-risk 1905 cabin, now a family retreat on the wild coast.
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Revival Today

Ultimate Timber

by Regina Cole
Inspired by Greene and Greene, fine woodwork in mahogany enhances an elegantly rustic timber-frame house in the woods.
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Kitchens & Bathrooms

A Kitchen of Art and Craft

by Patricia Poore
Visit a spacious, Prairie-leaning kitchen.
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Exteriors

Hardware Outdoors

by Mary Ellen Polson
Play up quality, period style, and architectural interest in all your home's exterior with these hardware options.
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The Guild

The Guild: William Morris Studio

by Regina Cole
The artist, once a machinist, works in several media—brass, wood, mica, and leaves, along with pottery and glass bases—to make stunning art lamps.
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Furniture & Interior Style

Immovable Furniture: Built-Ins, Colonnades, Buffets

by Mary Ellen Polson
Think them ingenious, historic, or simply charming, millwork built-ins are an essential part of the Arts & Crafts house.
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Travel

The New Stickley Museum, Fayetteville New York

by Brian D. Coleman
If you’re in the Finger Lakes region of New York, stop by the new museum in the original L. & J.G. Stickley factory.
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