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May 2013

Bungalow Bold trim enlivens the shingled exterior of this 1909 Wilson Plan bungalow.

Plan No. 382: A Model Bungalow

by Sarah Hilbert
Grace, beauty and comfort can be found in this 1909 California bungalow.
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Bungalow An open floor plan, circa 1906

Myths of the Open Floor Plan

by Charity Vogel
Like solitude and quiet, walls and closed doors aren’t always bad.
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Art + Craft Interior and exterior shutters made from basswood, red cedar, and wood composite materials.

Shutter Sampler

by Arts and Crafts Editor
During the Arts & Crafts era, shutters were used on bungalows and on cottage and revival homes of the period. Browse these options to find the perfect match for your home.
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Back Issues Summer 2013 issue of Arts and Crafts Homes and the Revival magazine preview.

Summer 2013

by Arts and Crafts Editor
Summer 2013 issue of Arts and Crafts Homes and the Revival magazine preview.
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Revival Today This stunning modern Craftsman house rose on the foundations of a tired “oversize rambler” that sported a concrete-block first floor and stingy metal windows.

California Echo

by Brian D. Coleman
Led by construction manager Kevin Chick and architectural designer Joshua Stewman, a recent rebuild in Pebble Beach recalls the architectural legacy of Southern California.
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Editor's Letter Patricia Poore, Editor of Arts and Crafts Homes Magazine

Not Enough Bungalows!

by Patricia Poore
Sure, Shingle Style houses had art-movement leanings and often a touch of the exotic. My own house is a kind of Arts & Crafts Tudorbethan built in 1904 (but the porch is more Colonial Revival than bungalesque).
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Home Systems An appropriate paint scheme enhances the original façade; only the art glass is new.

Renovation for the Next Hundred Years

by Patricia Poore
This project embraces both long-lived materials and “smart house” features.
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