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December 2011

Counters & Backsplashes Specialty Stainless

Specialty Stainless

by Arts and Crafts Editor
Since 1944, Eskay Metal Fabricating continues our tradition of manufacturing quality custom metal products in stainless steel, brass, copper, aluminum, and embossed metals.
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Woodwork: Before & After Tales

by Patricia Poore
In projects large and small—even quite modest—a bit of woodwork wizardry can transform a room. Here are three inspiring projects from a Chicago designer.
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Wood Wainscot Revival

by Mary Ellen Polson
A wainscot (on the lower part of the wall) gives a room depth and character. That’s especially true for formal or public spaces like a dining room or entry foyer in a bungalow, Foursquare, or Tudor Revival—or in any house of the Arts & Crafts Revival.
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London and Nearby

by Brian D. Coleman
Research for Historic Arts and Crafts Homes of Great Britain (Gibbs Smith, 2005) necessitated a number of trips to the U.K. I was lucky enough to discover many fascinating sites important to the history of the Arts and Crafts movement. You should go.
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The Bungalow : A Short History

by Patricia Poore
How the darling house style of the first quarter of the 20th century lost its cachet, and why the American Bungalow has come back stronger than ever as part of the Arts & Crafts Revival.
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Arts & Crafts in Arizona

by Dan Cooper
Arizona isn’t high on the must-visit list of typical Arts & Crafts fanatics; they’re usually busy running around Pasadena, Asheville, and Oak Park. But Arizona offers a different flavor of the times, with sublime interpretations of the Mission style.
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Arts & Crafts in the Twin Cities

by Brian D. Coleman
In Minneapolis–St. Paul, you’ll find world-class collections, bungalow neighborhoods, the Prairie School and more.
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Lovely Victoria in British Columbia

by Brian D. Coleman
Besides the city itself, one of the things I like best about living in Seattle is its proximity to Victoria in Canada. A short plane or ferry ride, and I’m transported to a delightfully British locale, where people speak with just the hint of an English accent, serve a proper tea in the afternoon, and take pride in their architecture and gardens.
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Winter 2012

by Patricia Poore
Winter 2012 issue of Arts and Crafts Homes and the Revival magazine preview.
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House Styles: The Craftsman Bungalow

by Patricia Poore
The word “bungalow” may seem today like a synonym for “cottage,” but in its heyday the Craftsman bungalow was prized both for its exotic, Anglo-Indian associations and its artistic naturalism. Bungalow designs originated in the late 19th century with close ties to the Arts & Crafts movement and remain popular today.
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Editor's Letter Patricia Poore, Editor of Arts and Crafts Homes Magazine

How Do You Decorate for the Holidays?

by Patricia Poore
A quarterly magazine has a leisurely pace, each issue spanning a whole season. On the Fall cover, you might spy a pumpkin on a bungalow porch, and the Summer edition will always feature a period garden in bloom. But issues never feel like pages torn from the monthly calendar—no need to go orange in October, kelly green in March.
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