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spring 2007 issue of arts and crafts homes magazine

Spring 2007

by Patricia Poore on June 5, 2009

in Back Issues

FEATURED ARTICLES

RESTORATION
Preserved With a Twist

An eclectic architecture inspired San Fransico owners, who paid homage to Mackintosh and their collections.
by Dan Cooper | photographs by Carolyn Bates

THE GUILD
Salvagers Who Built Empires!

From their roots in salvage during the restoration move-ment’s early days, three well-known companies grew.
by Mary Ellen Polson

NEW WORK
A House Remade by Art and Craft

A renowned Vermont architect works in the collaborative vocabulary of Arts and Crafts for dedicated clients.
by Patricia Poore | photographs by Carolyn Bates

HISTORY
At Standen

The 1892 vernacular house by Philip Webb never loses appeal.
by Patricia Poore

ARCHITECTURE
By Any Name

Not all bungalows are Arts and Crats: introducing some variants.
by Douglas Keister

DEPARTMENTS
UTILITY SPACES

A straightforward kitchen incorporates family salvage.

BRINGING IT BACK
Finishes on the dark side: dyed, fumed, ebonized.

PILGRIMAGE
Victoria, B.C: her ferries, landmarks, neighborhoods.

DETAILS
Architectural hardware.

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1 Stewart Crick April 5, 2011 at 2:24 pm

I’m interested in buying a back-issue copy of the Arts and Crafts and the Revival (Spring 2007) the link to do so on your website is incredibly well hidden. Can you help me?

Stu

2 Arts & Crafts Editor April 11, 2011 at 11:24 am

Hi Stu,

Here’s a link to the issue available for purchase:

http://www.loghome.com/product/1277

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