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Arts & Craft Homes, Summer 2015

by Arts and Crafts Editor
Here’s a preview of what’s inside of the Arts & Crafts Homes Summer 2015 edition.
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Arts & Crafts: Never Boring

by Patricia Poore
When it comes to new work, Donna Pizzi takes us to a recently completed rebuild in Oregon. Nothing diabolical there, until you look at the houses.
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The Guild: The Demick Family

by Mary Ellen Polson
All the doors this company produces are made with furniture-quality wood.
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Windows Common to the Arts & Crafts Era

by Mary Ellen Polson
“Standard” Arts & Crafts windows are versatile and still modern.
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Artful Cuts: Gable Trim

by Mary Ellen Polson
Learn about bungalow–chalet gable trim.
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Garden on the Bay: Cascading Movement & Focal Points

by Brian D. Coleman
Belvedere Island is situated between Sausalito and Tiburon on San Francisco Bay. This house was built as an open-air retreat in 1912 by Dr. Florence Nightingale Ward, the pioneering physician and close friend of architect Julia Morgan (who may have contributed to its design).
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An Arts & Classical House

by Patricia Poore
Not all that is Craftsman-related is a bungalow, as this beautifullly articulated 1911 house in St. Paul, recently restored, so eloquently proves.
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Gamble On Design

by Donna Pizzi
An oddball 1984 ranch is remade as a stunning California Bungalow, its woodwork details inspired by the owners’ trip to Pasadena’s most famous houses.
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