Big Color in a Bungalow
Period bungalows were never meant to be big. But size doesn’t limit the decorating possibilities, especially when sympathetic owners find the right designer.
by Brian D. Coleman| photographs by William Wright
Clint Miller and Laurie Taylor
An Architectural designer and an interior designer who’ve worked together on both restorations and new work have left a beautiful legacy in the Pacific Northwest.
Timber and Fieldstone
Architect Matthew Bialecki drew insppiration from adirondack lodges, Greene and Greene, and his client’s pleasant memories to create a stone and shingle retreat in upstate New York.
by Dan Cooper| photographs by Steve Gross & Susan Daley
Combining universal design and Arts and Crafts sensibilty, this great kitchen was meant to be.
by Brian D. Coleman
East Meets West
A garden in the Pacific Northwest is imbued with Far East accents and colorful handmade mosaics.
photographs by William Wright
The Swiss Chalet
Its impact on cottage and bungalows.
by Patricia Poore
ART + CRAFT
Wright style; lace; spheres.
How did 5.3 people manage to live in 1,000 square feet?
by Shay Salomon
Simple treatments to soften Arts and Crafts windows.
BRINGING IT BACK
The case of the missing colonnade.
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