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February 2013

Art + Craft New Deco Tulip vases offer a narrow profile perfect for mantels or window sills.

Accessories for the Arts & Crafts Home

by Arts and Crafts Editor
An offering of small furnishings in the Arts & Crafts tradition made by today’s artists and artisans.
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Collectibles & Accessories Over the Batchelder tile fireplace: pottery by Rookwood, Van Briggle, Newcomb College, Selden Bybee, and Clewell. Painting by George F. Kaumeyer, 1910. English firescreen in the manner of Voysey; new fabric by Archive Edition Textiles. Antique desk by L. & J.G. Stickley.

A Modest Tudor with Quite the Collection

by Ken Lay
An enviable collection of Arts & Crafts-era furniture, lighting and pottery enhances a period interior.
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The Guild Arts & Crafts furniture and cabinetmaker Greg Paolini at work in his shop outside of Asheville, North Carolina.

The Guild: Asheville Transplants

by Mary Ellen Polson
By different paths, these three woodworkers migrated to the mountains of western North Carolina—a hotspot for both traditional folk crafts and the Arts & Crafts revival.
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Roofing and Siding Ideas

by Patricia Poore
The traditional materials are once again widely available today, as are tradespeople who work with them. Wood shingles, clay tile, slate, metal, quarter-sawn clapboards, cement stucco: these materials telegraph the style, character, and quality of the house.
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The Nostalgic Roof

by Mary Ellen Polson
Even if you live in a house from the bungalow era, chances are your roof is covered in asphalt. Nothing wrong with that: at $1 to $3 per square foot, the ubiquitous asphalt shingle is by far the most affordable roof you can buy.
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Arts & Crafts Building Expo

by Lori Viator
These companies, selected by the editors, offer period-friendly roofing and siding suitable for Bungalows, Tudors, Foursquares, and other Craftsman-era homes, as well as new ones of the Arts & Crafts Revival.
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