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September 2012

The Guild Artistic License, the prolific and celebrated guild of artisans in the San Francisco Bay Area, is celebrating 30 years. Go to artisansball.org for more information.

Celebrating Artistic License

by Patricia Poore
Bay area craftsmen will put on a party December 8.
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Garden Subtle appointments in period style on a 1915 house in Oregon.

Hardware at the Entry

by Brian D. Coleman
Functional details here—hardware, mailbox, the bell or knocker—must be weatherproof and long-lasting. Besides, first impressions start at the entry door!
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Furniture & Interior Style In the family residence recently reworked by architect Kathryn Quinn, the space retains 1930s millwork and leaded glass.

Edgar Miller and the Carl Street Studios

by Nancy Hiller
At a time when industrialization had all but obliterated the possibility of traditional craft as a livelihood, Miller defiantly lavished his studios with the work of his own hands.
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Expo Copper Countertops by Specialty Stainless

Kitchens Vintage and New

by Lori Viator
Browse a specialized list of products and manufacturers that will help you remodel or renew your kitchen! All of these products are suitable for bungalows and Tudors, for homes of the Craftsman era and of the Arts & Crafts Revival.
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Kitchens & Bathrooms The large sink is centered on a new window bay that admits needed light.

The Right New Kitchen

by Patricia Poore
Thoughtful design using beautiful, traditional, natural materials—cherry, clay and stone, mica and fir—created a room that complements, but does not copy, the well-preserved, historic house. Cabinet joinery, art tiles, and lamp are fitting examples of today’s artisanry.
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