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Here’s a peek at what’s inside of the latest issue of Arts & Crafts Homes and the Revival:

A Letter from the Editor
Is A&C the new Colonial?

Utility Spaces
A rear addition for a kitchen. by Mary Ellen Polson

Bringing It Back
Refinishing plumbing fixtures by Gordon Bock

Details
On nooks, crannies, and built-ins. by Mary Ellen Polson

Pilgrimage
Rocky Mountain highlights. by Clare Martin Alexander

Motifs of the Revival: Heron, Crane & Egret.

Restoration: True Craftsman
This 1910 house in Oregon was built according to plans published in Gustav Stickley’s magazine. Recent owners- fixed it up true to the original intention.
 by Brian D. Coleman | photos by William Wright

Guild: Native Trails’ Naomi Neilson Howard
A young woman enthralled with traditional Mexican arti- sanry becomes a conduit for extraordinary work.
 by Mary Ellen Polson

New Work: Montana Ease
The architect explains how his firm uses an Arts & Crafts vocabulary in tandem with a modern mountain vernacular, here creating a successful infill bungalow. 
by Patricia Poore | photos by Karl Neumann

Outside: Exotic Color

Around a 1926 Spanish Colonial Revival house, the desert garden is anything but arid—then there’s the paint color! by Brian D. Coleman | photos by William Wright

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Is A&C the new Colonial?

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Kitchen Correction

by Mary Ellen Polson
Without overwhelming the original house, an addition that went up and back provided much-needed family space—and a more authentic look, even in the kitchen.
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A Facelift for Old Fixtures

by Gordon Bock
Ever wonder as you move your palm over a favorite pedestal sink—noting a new chip—if there’s a fix: a kind of Botox for bathtubs? Here’s a quick course on your refinishing options.
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True Craftsman

by Brian D. Coleman
The Gilliland House in Portland, Oregon, was built according to plans published in Gustav Stickley’s magazine in 1907. It’s been restored by owners who took cues from the original article.
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The Guild: Naomi Neilson Howard

by Mary Ellen Polson
A young woman enthralled with traditional Mexican artisanry becomes a conduit for extraordinary work.
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Nooks & Crannies in the Arts & Crafts Home

by Mary Ellen Polson
Space-efficient bungalows and other modern homes of the period are stuffed with built-ins, nooks, and corners that lend useful space for seating, storage—even sleeping.
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Montana Ease

by Patricia Poore
Built on a rare vacant lot in downtown Bozeman, this infill dwelling marries modern living and the neighborhood aesthetic.

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Motifs of the Revival: Wading Birds

by Patricia Poore
Heron, Crane and Egret.
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Exotic Color

by Brian D. Coleman
A desert garden blooms around a 1926 Spanish bungalow.
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Rocky Mountain Highlights

by Arts and Crafts Homes
It’s worth seeking out vestiges of the Arts & Crafts movement in glorious Colorado’s foothills and beyond.
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