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Arts & Crafts Homes, Winter 2017

by Arts & Crafts Editor on October 13, 2016

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Editor’s Note
A Big Tent
By Patricia Poore

A Simple Living in Santa Barbara
By Brian D. Coleman | photos by William Wright

Cindy Lindgren
Custom-designed notecards, fabrics and wallpaper come from a former illustrator and graphic designer who combines her skills with Arts & Crafts nature themes.
By Mary Ellen Polson

New Work

Ranch Redemption
Generic 1949 ranch in Dallas, Texas is remade with Spanish, Modern, and Arts & Crafts Elements.
By Patricia Poore | photos by Jeanine Michna–Bales

Historic House Tour

Stoneywell: Vernacular to a Fare-Thee-Well
Visit an iconic house built in 1898 by British Arts & Crafts designer Ernest Gimson. Built with local materials and labor, it is indigenous and spare, attesting This Is How to Live.
by Brian D. Coleman

Utility Spaces

Kitchen in the Craftsman Spirit
Its new custom kitchen is the heart of a modest 1980s house that’s been given a style upgrade.
By Patricia Poore


The Pleasures of Handwork
By Mary Ellen Polson

Bringing It Back

Ceiling Beams & in Between
By Patricia Poore

From the Archive

1912 Bosch Automobile Frieze
by Bo Sullivan

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