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Pilot issue 2005

by Patricia Poore on June 5, 2009

in Back Issues,Magazine

Craftsman Simplicity
Our contest winner is a refreshed and updated Seattle Bungalow that stays true to its genuine modesty.
by Judy Cherin

Art That is Light
American lighting was and is a show of hand-hammered copper, English and Asian influences, art glass, and mica shades.
by Mary Ellen Polson

Kitchen Concepts
Design ideas from the enameled cabinets of the bungalow era to the artful, homey kitchens of today’s Revival.
by Patricia Poore

Revival of Decoration
Motifs and a color palette inspired by Mackintosh bring out the best in a Portland, Ore. Bungalow owned by a talented decorative artist.
by Brian Coleman

Next Generation
A fruitful collaboration between owners and designers created a house for the ages—in Arts and Crafts style.
by Paul Duchscherer

First Impression
Suitable entryways for the era’s welcoming homes, with hints on selecting front doors and garage doors.
by Mary Ellen Polson

Living comfortably with the good stuff.

Wonderful new things for house and garden.

Arts and Crafts emporia are like galleries.

Pioneers and revival companies in clay.

Arts and Crafts in the vernacular.

An architectural thread ties together even disparate gardens of the era.

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