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Dreaming Up a Craftsman in Portland, Oregon

by Brian D. Coleman
Far away, a girl longed for a house like this one, and when she grew up, she found it. . . A 1914 Craftsman house IS restored with sensitivity, and decorated with pizzaz.
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Tiny Cabin to Craftsman Bungalow

by Brian D. Coleman
In a far corner of Washington State, a basic house is made over in a rustic Arts & Crafts vein, clad in cedar shingles and fieldstone masonry. Welcome to Raccoon Cottage!
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Craftsman Contemporary

by Regina Cole
Craftsmanship and intimate spaces define a new house that’s part modern, part rustic, and part North Carolina vernacular.
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Defining the Arts & Crafts Movement

by Patricia Poore
The American version of Arts & Crafts was simpler than the European movements, emphasizing wood tones and earthy materials and colors. It was also more egalitarian as it embraced machine production of many goods.
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The Craftsman Home 1902–1930

by Patricia Poore
The word “Craftsman” has long been used to mean a style—somewhat synonymous with “American Arts and Crafts.” A more accurate definition, though, is that a Craftsman Home is one built according to plans published by Gustav Stickley.
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