Here's a preview of what's inside of the Spring 2011 issue of Arts & Crafts Homes and the Revival:
ON THE COVER:High wainscot with plate rail, Stickley furniture, warm lighting: the dining room in the restored Pasadena Bungalow is quintessential Arts & Crafts.Photo by Jaimee Itagaki
IN THE MAGAZINE:
Along with research and a discerning use of salvage, Pasadena owners relied on cues from their Bungalow. by Sarah Hilbert | photographs by Jaimee Itagaki
Arts & Crafts Efficiency
A Maryland company finds inspiration for its high-quality, energy-efficient homes in the traditions of this period. by Regina Cole | photographs by Erick Gibson
Harmony on a Hillside
The owner shows how structure and naturalized plantings reclaimed and beautified a sloping site near Cleveland. by Pamela Goetsch
Working as a loose guild and inspired by the work of a century ago, contemporary artisans create a unique room. by Patricia Poore
Motifs of the Revival
Celebration of nature, perhaps more than ancient symbolism, is behind the repeated use of birds—from raven to chickadee—in Arts & Crafts design.
Here’s Arts & Crafts style with sustainability for the future: a Maryland company finds inspiration for its high-quality, energy-efficient homes in the building traditions of the bungalow era.
It’s the rage in today’s construction: master bedroom and bath as a suite. Here’s how to do it—with period details—to get an expanded or an additional bathroom in your old house.
It’s a rare old house where the bathrooms haven’t suffered from make-dos and ill-advised alterations over the years. You will likely have to remodel. It takes knowledge, and also imagination, to make a new bathroom look as if it belongs.
Browse a specialized list of products and manufacturers that will help you build or refurbish your bathroom—suitable for bungalows, Craftsman-era homes, and those of the Arts & Crafts Revival.
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.