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August 2013

Art + Craft The Cocina hammered copper sink from Native Trails.

Art + Craft of Revival Kitchens

by Arts and Crafts Editor
Editor's picks for inspired products for today's Arts & Crafts Revival kitchens.
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Kitchens & Bathrooms

Making the Most (or Least) of your Appliances

by Patricia Poore
The Literal camp tries to conceal technology. The Interpretative approach acknowledges the microwave oven and the dishwasher.
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Kitchens & Bathrooms

Revival Kitchens

by Patricia Poore
Do you want a true bungalow-era kitchen, or are you leaning toward a period-inspired kitchen of the Arts & Crafts Revival?
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Art + Craft Rolled-edge and wave-patterned “thatched” roof from Custom Cedar Solutions.

The Art + Craft of New Construction

by Arts and Crafts Editor
Ten inspired products for new Arts & Crafts homes, remodeling, and additions, whether you’re interpreting the bungalow, Foursquare, Craftsman, Prairie, or Tudor Revival house.
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Revival Today The new house was sited down the embankment to avoid spoiling a neighbor’s view. Rocks (451 of them) stabilize the bank.

All in the Details

by Donna Pizzi
Along the rugged Oregon coast, a house grows out of the boulders: new work in the Arts & Crafts spirit, led by a woodworker turned builder.
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The Guild Having long admired a large English-influenced cupboard they found in a reprint of Gustav Stickley’s 1902 Things Wrought by the United Craft, Steve and Mary Ann Voorhees drew up their own interpretation.

The Guild: Steve and Mary Ann Voorhees

by Mary Ellen Polson
An abiding appreciation for the period's antiques led this couple into fine furniture reproductions.
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Back Issues Fall 2013 issue of Arts and Crafts Homes and the Revival magazine preview.

Fall 2013

by Arts and Crafts Editor
Fall 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

Into The Lights

by Patricia Poore
Hands-down, buying light fixtures was the most fun I had during my restoration projects. Along with decorative hardware, light fixtures are the jewelry.
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The Finished Wall

by Mary Ellen Polson
Once a cheap and practical wall covering considered fit only for back-hall and service areas, beadboard now appears front and center in many high-end bathrooms and kitchens. But it’s just one of many legitimate wall treatments for Arts & Crafts homes.
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