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Furniture & Interior Style

The Cabin at Point Reyes

by Brian D. Coleman
Local building custom was preserved in the rehabilitation of an at-risk 1905 cabin, now a family retreat on the wild coast.
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Immovable Furniture: Built-Ins, Colonnades, Buffets

by Mary Ellen Polson
Think them ingenious, historic, or simply charming, millwork built-ins are an essential part of the Arts & Crafts house.
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Furniture & Interior Style

From the Archive: Sears’ Honor Bilt Home

by Patricia Poore
The best-selling ‘Argyle’, a Sears bungalow plan, appeared in catalogs from 1915 until 1926.
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The Art of a Glass Door

by Arts and Crafts Homes
In a Prairie house, a design solution and inspired work by glass artist Michael Pilla turned an unloved entry into an art piece admitting beautiful light.
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Furniture & Interior Style

Reader Home: An Extension of Style

by Arts and Crafts Homes
A stylish basement redo.
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Arts & Crafts Furniture Expo

by Lori Viator
Browse an inspiring list of special, gorgeous products and manufacturers to help you furnish your bungalow or Tudor, Craftsman-era home, or a house of the Arts & Crafts Revival.
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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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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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