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
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
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
The 1892 vernacular house by Philip Webb never loses appeal.
by Patricia Poore
By Any Name
Not all bungalows are Arts and Crats: introducing some variants.
by Douglas Keister
A straightforward kitchen incorporates family salvage.
BRINGING IT BACK
Finishes on the dark side: dyed, fumed, ebonized.
Victoria, B.C: her ferries, landmarks, neighborhoods.
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