And the House Makes Three
On a rural hilltop outside of New York, time stands suspended inside a modest stone and shingle 1915 bungalow.
by Mary Ellen Polson| photographs by Dan Mayers
Purveyors of Taste
Margaret Graham–Bell and Stuart Stark of Charles Rupert Designs bring the good stuff to homeowners—and the movies.
by Patricia Poore| photographs by Sam Van Fleet
The influence of the Arts and Crafts movement is evident in a lot of the best new construction.
by Patricia Poore with Neill Heath
Arts & Crafts meets Finnish Modern in an iconic house at Cranbrook.
by Sandy McLendon
A Japanese Garden
Higurashi–en, a contemplative garden begun in 1897, survives.
by Brian D. Coleman
It’s a good word for a particular American version of English A&C.
by Patricia Poore
Six functional bathrooms of then and now.
Galleries from NYC to New Jersey, with a stop at Stickley’s Craftsman Farms.
Lummis and El Alisal.
Art lamps of the period.
BRINGING IT BACK
Paul Somerson explains how metalsmiths work miracles.
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