Here’s a preview of what’s inside of the Fall 2010 issue of Arts & Crafts Homes and the Revival:
ON THE COVER: In an Arts & Crafts Tudor house in Seattle, a De Morgan tile is among the treasures on the mantel in the study. Photo by William Wright
IN THE MAGAZINE:
A 1908 fine house is a case study on how to treat the interiors of a transitional English Arts & Crafts Tudor. by Brian Coleman | photographs by William Wright
Intimate spaces and beautiful work in wood and stone define a house that’s part rustic, part modern. by Regina Cole | photographs by Roger Wade
How pergolas, fences, arbors, and trellises soften transitions in the Arts & Crafts garden. by Dan Cooper
Artisanship is evident in an inspired kitchen for a new lake house; the design/build team made it personal. by Patricia Poore
The traditional, hand-hammered metalwork of the Purepecha people of central Mexico has found a niche in the A&C Revival. by Patricia Poore
It’s easy to understand why this style is popular for kitchens, whether remodeled or brand new. Here’s a look at the various elements that go toward making a stunning revival kitchen.
A husband-and-wife design/build team outfitted the space with unique woodwork and motifs of the Arts & Crafts movement.
Practical yet old-fashioned, straightforward yet edgy with color, this Pasadena kitchen in a 1922 house has an apron-front sink, stylish white cabinets, built-ins, and original light fixtures. Here’s the homeowner’s story.
Browse an inspiring and eye-opening list of specialist products and manufacturers to help you design, outfit, and finish your kitchen—whether you’re restoring a period bungalow or dreaming of a multi-function room for your Craftsman Revival house.
Check for upcoming Arts & Crafts events coming to an area near you. Have an event that isn’t posted? Be sure to submit to our editors here.
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