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October 2013

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Skiersch Studio Tiles

by ACH admin
Skiersch Studio Tiles are timeless handcrafted elements appropriate for any home’s traditionally adorned spaces, kitchens, baths or hearths, or suitable to be framed and hung on the wall.
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A Reader’s House Restored

by Bill Wilson
A couple learns the history of their house as they bring it back.
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Editor's Letter Patricia Poore, Editor of Arts and Crafts Homes Magazine

Dear Readers and Colleagues

by Patricia Poore
As I write this, I’m looking forward to my recurring annual suitcase season. “Business travel,” my foot! I’ll take leave of beloved but chilly New England with its hunkered-down houses to land in Pasadena, where bungalows grow in the sun.
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Sliding Pocket Doors

by Mary Ellen Polson
Sliders are authentic and efficient period accents—provided you can get them to work.
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A Painterly Approach

by Brian D. Coleman
A fine artist and his wife took a hands-on attitude to bring back a picturesque Prairie-style house on a Minnesota lake.
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Arts & Crafts Revival Textiles: Curtains to Carpets

by Lori Viator
Carpets and rugs, fabrics, pillows and bedding curtains and shades, table linens and more: here are the best historical and revival-style soft furnishings for your home.
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Textiles Then & Now

by Patricia Poore
Gone are heavily layered treatments. Yet against relatively unornamented walls and furnishings, textiles in the Arts & Crafts home add welcome color, texture, and comfort.
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Furniture & Interior Style

Haven by the Lake

by Mary Ellen Polson
Thoughtfully restored, these coveted houses in a New Jersey town reflect the best intentions of the developer, a colorful character.
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