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June 2013

Garden Perennial beds thrive against a backdrop of stone walls. It's a garden of discovery, which can't be seen all at once.

No Stone Left Unturned

by Regina Cole
Perched above an abandoned granite quarry, this garden has rock sculptures and perennials, vegetables and a place to meditate.
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In the Garden: the Art & Craft

by Patricia Poore
From the editors, a sampling of pretty things for outside to add curb appeal, beauty, and comfort to your Craftsman house, bungalow, or Tudor.
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Sources for Arts & Crafts Tile

by Lori Viator
This Expo in print is an exclusive list of contemporary art-tile manufacturers. Their beautiful tiles are suitable for Bungalows and Craftsman houses, for Tudors, Spanish Revival and California homes, and for new buildings of the Arts & Crafts Revival.
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Furniture & Interior Style Designer Carisa Mahnken used decos of two sizes with a contrasting liner and a relief border in this custom surround made with Motawi tiles.

A Face for the Fireplace

by Mary Ellen Polson
Consider scale, material, and especially craftsmanship for your new hearth.
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Kitchens & Bathrooms The pretty tile floor dates to the 1930 renovation; cabinets are likely original (1910). Nancy Conescu added the arched doors. Glossy green Marlite on the walls is ca. 1951.

Kitchen in Mint Condition

by Donna Pizzi
You’d hardly expect to find an Art Deco kitchen in a 1910 Craftsman—but this homeowner knew it had to be restored.
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