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November 2012

Furniture & Interior Style A hearth is the focal point of the living room.

A New Craftsman Interior

by Patricia Poore
This new interior for a recent house is a pleasing example of interpretive design: using the Arts & Crafts philosophy not to re-create the past, but in a contemporary twist on the revival.
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Arts & Crafts Furniture

Dale Barnard, Cabinetmaker

by Arts and Crafts Editor
All of Dale Barnard’s custom built furniture is tailored to the client’s design and is not only beautiful, but functional and endures. He builds many types of furniture from doors and kitchens to clocks and stairways.
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Revival Today Architect Gerald Morosco on the Revival

Architect Gerald Morosco on the Revival

by Brian D. Coleman
If you’ve attended the annual Grove Park Inn Arts and Crafts Conference in Asheville, North Carolina, chances are you’ve run into Jerry Morosco.
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Collectibles & Accessories Sculpted ‘Koi & Dragonfly’ tile with a cuenca-style glaze, from Medicine Bluff Studio.

Motifs of the Revival: The Dragonfly

by Patricia Poore
This free and colorful creature is popular in today's A&C revival.
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