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April 2013

Art + Craft Custom Cedar Solutions

Exterior Products for your Arts & Crafts Home

by Lori Viator
First impressions are made outside, of course. Today there are many exterior products available for purchase. Here is a sampling of roofing and siding options for your next house project.
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Garden While brick is a traditional material for paths, brick pavers can stand up to the weather better than bricks made for other purposes.

Paving the Way

by Mary Ellen Polson
Stone and brick have been making transitions to the great outdoors for centuries, but a new product, the paver, lays down beautifully.
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Bungalow Decorative half-timbering on this gable hints at an English look.

Bungalow Gables

by Patricia Poore
There’s just no label, or precedence, for some of the gable ornaments and trim dreamed up by carpenters of the Arts & Crafts era.
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Art + Craft Lindsay Art Glass ‘Desert Tree’ lamp with mica shade, 23

Lamps for the Table

by Mary Ellen Polson
Whether it’s for general illumination, for bedside reading, or an objet d’art, a table lamp is a practical and useful focal point in the room.
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Garden Rejuvenation's 'Amity' wall brackets flanking the door go nicely with their 'Columbia' pendants on this rustic porch.

Light in the Landscape

by Mary Ellen Polson
You can extend the Arts & Crafts ambiance to the porch, garden paths, the garage, and the garden.
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Lighting & Hardware ‘Trumpet Vine’ is an original Pankewich design.

The Guild: Glenn Pankewich

by Mary Ellen Polson
This artist has been restoring, interpreting, and finding new inspiration in the art glass of a century ago.
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Back Issues Spring 2013 issue of Arts and Crafts Homes and the Revival magazine preview.

Spring 2013

by Arts and Crafts Editor
Spring 2013 issue of Arts and Crafts Homes and the Revival magazine preview.
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Editor's Letter Patricia Poore, Editor of Arts and Crafts Homes Magazine

The Arts & Crafts Mentality

by Patricia Poore
For most people, Bungalow and Craftsman mean an architectural style, like Georgian or Italianate. If you’ve read about the Arts & Crafts movement, though, or are following its revival, you realize that the range is wide.
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