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spring 2008 issue of arts and crafts homes

Spring 2008

by Patricia Poore on June 5, 2009

in Back Issues,Magazine

FEATURED ARTICLES

RESTORATION
A Seattle Bungalow

The house is a fitting backdrop to a celebration of international design movements at the turn of the 20th century.
by Lawrence Kreisman| photographs by William Wright

NEW WORK
The New Bath—Unique, Personal, Classic

Architects and designing homeowners reveal new bathrooms that push the definition of traditional-in cottage, classical, Arts and Crafts, and Deco modes.
by Patricia Poore

OUTSIDE
An Edwardian Garden in Town

With salvaged bricks, antique fountains, and lush plantings, it’s a hand-crafted fantasy of Gothic and classical fragments, tucked behind a 1903 semi-detached villa in Nottingham.
by Brian D. Coleman| photographs by Huntley Hedworth

UTILITY SPACES
Mackintosh Makeover

An Arts and Crafts disciple creates a tasteful, functional homage to Charles Rennie Mackintosh in her kitchen remodeling.
by Brian D. Coleman

INTERNATIONAL
Willow Tea Rooms

Visiting an original Mackintosh interior.
by Douglas Keister

THE GUILD
Suzanne Crane

An amateur botanist looks to the woods for motifs and inspiration in her successful stoneware business.
by Patricia Poore

DEPARTMENTS

PILGRIMAGE
Exploring the history and craft of England’s West Country.
by Jane Colbourne and Marilyn Livingstone

THE MOVEMENT
Collecting perceptions: just which textiles are A&C?
by Tommy McPherson

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