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Small Furnishings: the Art & Craft

by Patricia Poore on December 16, 2015

in Art + Craft,Furniture & Interior Style

ABOVE: Letterpress notecard from Arts & Crafts Press.

The editors choose a sampling of small furnishings and art objects made by artisans today, suitable for bungalows, Craftsman homes, and those of the Arts & Crafts Revival.

(Click on the small images for a full-sized view)

Lonesomeville Pottery

IN THE PINES The Ponderosa Pine Vase is one of four designs in the Conifer series designed by artist Danny Hills. Shown in Mission red, it’s 10 3⁄4″ high and is available in other glazes as well. The price is $99. (503) 774-5387,

Mitchell Andrus Studios

POPPY PEN SET Mitchell Andrus inlays the lemonwood and walnut design on the rosewood Poppy Pen Set himself. (The poppy pattern comes from a 1904 Stickley design for furniture.) The set is $59.95 from Mitchell Andrus Studios, (908) 647-7442,

Heartland House

WINDOWS OF LIGHT Saguaro Forms is one of several cross-stitch samplers based on Frank Lloyd Wright designs for art glass windows, some never published or executed in glass. Kits include fabric, floss, needle, graph, and instructions. (888) 875-3980,

A Street Frames

THE LEOPARD’S SPOTS A Street Frames offers custom Arts & Crafts frames in nine different wood species and a wide variety of stains. The leopardwood mirror shown measures 23” x 17 ½” It retails for $430, including the mirror and hanging system. Contact (800) 805-7655,

Ford Craftsman Studios

WPA REVIVAL Newly available, these WPA-era National Park prints have been painstakingly redrawn by a team of artists. The prints, which measure 23″ x 17 ½”, are printed on heavy stock in a non-reflective matte finish. Each print sells for $35 (877) 204-9961,

Lundberg Studios

ROYAL COLORS With bold, feathery patterns drawn right on the surface, the Russian Feather Gourd captures the essence of early-20th-century luster glass. In lustrous gold and purple, the vase is about 8″ tall. It sells for $242. From Lundberg Studios (888) 423-9711,

Fair Oak Workshops

QUAINT SAYINGS Perk up a bungalow with a motto carved in white oak with Arts and Crafts motifs. Prices range from about $70 for a small sign to about $150 for the largest sign shown. Contact, (716) 655-3068, or Fair Oak Workshops, (800) 341-0597,

Motawi Tileworks

PRAIRIE BALLOONS March Balloons is one of several Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired tiles from Motawi Tileworks. Shown in the oak colorway, the tile is 8” by 8”. It retails for $130. Easels are $15. Or order it in a Prairie-style frame for $202.50. From Motawi, (734) 213-0017,

Arts & Crafts Press

FIR BRANCH Limited-edition Japonesque block prints and letterpress-printed note cards, designed and printed by Yoshiko Yamamoto. Print shown: “Fir Branch” sells for $75 matted/$245 framed. (360) 871-7707,

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