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Millwork (Mantel to Stairs)

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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Woodwork & Finishes for the Craftsman Home

by Patricia Poore
Woodwork and trim are style-defining characteristics of bungalows, Tudors, and other houses of the Arts & Crafts period. Paneled walls and wainscots, plate rails, colonnades, built-ins like bookcases and breakfast nooks, ceiling beams, and robust moldings are being lovingly restored—and installed anew in houses of the revival.
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Sliding Pocket Doors

by Mary Ellen Polson
Sliders are authentic and efficient period accents—provided you can get them to work.
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Millwork (Mantel to Stairs) Brimming with period details reminiscent of early 20th-century telephone nooks, this laptop corner fills lost space next to a chimney.

Built-Ins, Salvaged & New

by Carisa Mahnken
An interior designer tells us how she transformed poorly arranged spaces in her own home using salvaged and period-inspired built-ins.
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Arts & Crafts Woodwork & Trim

by Lori Viator
Browse an inspiring and eye-opening list of products and manufacturers to help you restore or add period-style trim and woodwork to your house. Also find specialty finishes. All these products are suitable for bungalows, Craftsman-era homes, and those of the Arts & Crafts Revival.
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