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Interiors

Design, decoration, and furnishings for the A&C-inspired house, whether historic or Revival.


Lighting & Hardware

Lighting & Metal Arts: Styles from Syracuse to Pasadena

by Mary Ellen Polson
A look at light fixtures, art lamps and glass, hardware and metalwork of the Arts & Crafts Revival.
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Kitchens & Bathrooms

The Allure of Arts & Crafts Kitchens & Baths

by Patricia Poore
Cabinets, fixtures, and tile for modern interpretation: A look at revival design approaches.
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Small Furnishings: the Art & Craft

by Patricia Poore
The editors choose a sampling of small furnishings and art objects made by artisans today, suitable for bungalows, Craftsman homes, and those of the Arts & Crafts Revival.
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Kitchens & Bathrooms

Revival Motifs for an Open-Plan Kitchen

by Patricia Poore
With the renovation of this undistinguished 1950s house, the new kitchen with Arts & Crafts motifs grew to become the heart of the home.
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Millwork (Mantel to Stairs)

Historic Patterns for Fireplace Surrounds

by Mary Ellen Polson
Despite the prevalence of art tile for revival fireplaces, brick and concrete were as common during the Arts & Crafts period.
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Furniture & Interior Style

From the Archive: A Cozy Corner

by Bo Sullivan
This postcard illustrates how the Arts & Crafts movement—or retail versions of it—reached even rural American homes.
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Service rooms in Craftsman Style

by Donna Pizzi
In this recent rebuild of an undistinguished 1980s ranch, even the service rooms sing with period authenticity.
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Interior Color Palettes for Arts & Crafts Homes

by Brian D. Coleman
As with the era’s furniture and textiles, earthy colors predominated in paint.
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The All-Important Wall Frieze

by Brian D. Coleman
The decorated interior wall frieze came into its own during the Victorian era, and was adapted for the lowered ceilings and simpler treatments of the Arts & Crafts period.
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