Here’s a preview of what’s inside of the Fall 2011 issue of Arts & Crafts Homes and the Revival:
ON THE COVER: A handsome Minnesota house of 1915, built in the Prairie School style, has been restored in an artistic manner. Photo by William Wright
IN THE MAGAZINE:
An artist and his wife take a hands-on attitude to bring back a picturesque Prairie-style house in Minnesota. by Brian D. Coleman | photographs by William Wright
On a peninsula in Washington State, a basic house is made over in a rustic Arts & Crafts vein. by Brian D. Coleman | photographs by William Wright
You can extend the ambiance of Arts & Crafts lighting to the porch, to garden paths, even to the garage. by Mary Ellen Polson
As a little girl, she liked anything old; she grew up to restore vintage houses and to consult for others, especially on their period kitchens.
Symbolism pervades the long-established use of the oak tree, and its leaves and acorns, as decorative motifs revived in the 19th century.
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