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July 2010

Iron & Steel

Jefferson Mack Metal

by Arts and Crafts Editor
Hand-forged and hand-hammered hardware, fireplace tools, occasional furniture.
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Iron & Steel

Heritage Metalworks

by Arts and Crafts Editor
Reproduction architectural hardware, historical lighting, and decorative metal accessories.
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Iron & Steel

Ararat Forge

by Arts and Crafts Editor
Hardware, lighting, and fireplace accessories by New Hampshire blacksmith Garry Kalajian. Visit the online gallery.
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Brass & Bronze

Architectural Traditions

by Arts and Crafts Editor
Extensive collection of high-quality door, cabinet, and bath hardware in a variety of finishes and styles.
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Arts & Crafts Revival Wallpaper and Paint Products

by Patricia Poore
Browse an inspiring and eye-opening list of specialist products and manufacturers to help you decide what to do with your walls and ceilings: wallpaper, paint, metal, plaster, and wood, all suitable for Craftsman-era homes and those of the Arts & Crafts Revival.
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What to do With the Walls?

by Patricia Poore
If you’re reading this, you probably already know something about beadboard in the bathroom and a high wainscot in the dining room, deep wallpaper friezes, and rich Arts & Crafts-era colors. The period itself, however, saw many varied wall and ceiling treatments not always considered in strict “bungalow revival” interiors.
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What Color?!

by Patricia Poore
In this photo, I was trying to decide how to finish my bedroom, which had been a home office in prior years. The paint chips and fabric samples had been pinned to the walls for quite some time. I’d bought a flat-weave rug in a Morris design, you see, colored red and green.
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Wallpaper, 1901–1945

by Stuart Stark
Wallpaper designs of the Teens and Twenties often lagged behind the high-style Arts & Crafts designs we find fashionable today. Here’s an introduction that includes florals and oatmeal papers, and even the Colonial Revival influence.
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