Here’s a preview of what’s inside of the Spring 2010 issue of Arts & Crafts Homes and the Revival:
IN THE MAGAZINE:
A real McCoy in the Catskills: comforting Arts & Crafts rooms beckon in a cottage of shingles and stone. by Regina Cole | photographs by Steve Gross & Susan Daley
With artisan-created stained glass, woodwork details, and finishes, this house is a stellar example of the revival. by Patricia Poore | photographs by Paul Crosby
The English Arts & Crafts vision of William Morris survives, unretouched, in a London house. by Brian D. Coleman
Beadboard and beyond: reviving simple wainscots, burlap panels, embossed coverings, and more. by Mary Ellen Polson
In one artist’s stained-glass oeuvre, geometry is the language of architecture. by Patricia Poore
I asked John Crosby Freeman, “the color doctor,” to write about the iconic color schemes long used for bungalows and Arts & Crafts houses. I was working on the Spring issue, but of course we prepared it during the worst of the winter. Continue Reading
The concept of “architectural colors” involves selecting, then placing, appropriate colors to reveal and enhance the logic of a building. Here are one expert’s suggestions for pleasing, historical schemes. Continue Reading
Material often defines the architecture not just of bridges and skyscrapers but even of the most common American houses. Federal homes are brick in the South, wood- frame and clapboard in the North. International Style is concrete, and Shingle Style speaks for itself. But what of Arts & Crafts buildings? Continue Reading
Check for upcoming Arts & Crafts events coming to an area near you. Have an event that isn’t posted? Be sure to submit to our editors here!.
Did you enjoy this post? Like it on Facebook, +1 it on Google or pin it on Pinterest to give it your public stamp of approval!