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Windows and Doors

Garages Today: All in the Details

by Mary Ellen Polson
New designs for garages.
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Garage Doors: Your Design Options

by ACH admin
Garage doors can have a huge impact on curb appeal, especially if they are visible from the street. Ironically, the largest moving part on many homes is the one item given the least amount of thought.
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Heartwood Fine Windows and Doors

by Arts & Crafts Editor
HeartWood Fine Windows & Doors has been dedicated to the art and science of fenestration and entry systems since 1947. We pride ourselves in producing what our clients recognize as the most beautiful, durable, and functional windows and doors made anywhere.
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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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Windows & Doors With Style

by Patricia Poore
Browse a selective list of specialist manufacturers of period-appropriate doors and windows— including production, semi-custom, and custom work, appropriate for Craftsman-era homes and those of the Arts & Crafts Revival.
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French Doors Let In the Light

by Mary Ellen Polson
Whether they open onto a side porch, visually join two rooms together, or invite you to step out onto the terrace, French doors are a delightful way to move from one space to the next. By their nature — they are, after all, mostly glass — they bring in abundant light.
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Windows & Doors (on the inside)

by Mary Ellen Polson
Choosing new or replacement doors and windows that look right on the exterior façade is how most people think of the task. But, especially in retrofitting to an old house, it’s just as important to specify units that don’t clash with interior woodwork and the décor.
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Windows and Doors Windows in the top of the wall are typical over inglenooks or built-ins that flank the fireplace. Fixed transoms with art glass are mounted over single-light windows; simple curtains are hung below the mullion.

Bungalow Windows

by Patricia Poore
Bays and bump-outs, Prairie glass and diamond panes and cloud-lift muntins: artistic windows.
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Sources for Windows & Doors

by Lori Viator
This Expo in print is an exclusive list of contemporary manufacturers of doors and windows compatible with houses in the bungalow and Craftsman styles, as well as Shingle Style houses, Tudors, English Arts & Crafts styles, Spanish Revival houses, and for new buildings of the Arts & Crafts Revival.
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Windows and Doors Windows (by Weather Shield)  in a new house are a twist on the Arts & Crafts three-over-one type. Gridley + Graves Photographers.

Pretty Windows

by Mary Ellen Polson
Manufacturers today show a much greater sensitivity to style and custom arrangements. You have good options whether you need to replace windows or use compatible ones in an addition or new-house construction.
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Windows and Doors Architects Nott & Associates borrowed the fascia board detail on this new garage from a period house in the neighborhood.

New Garages that Blend In

by Mary Ellen Polson
What makes a new garage for a historic property look like it belongs? It’s all about scale—and the right details. Since the bungalow era overlaps the adoption of the automobile, style cues abound for compatible design.
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