Here’s a preview of what’s inside of the Spring 2012 issue of Arts & Crafts Homes and the Revival:
ON THE COVER: Earthy colored tiles, Morris-designed wallpaper, and warm cabinets come together in a Seattle bungalow kitchen. Photo by William Wright
IN THE MAGAZINE:
Once derelict, still intriguing, a 1906 house in Portland, Oregon, is restored and brightened with bold color. by Brian D. Coleman | photographs by William Wright
Rebuilt and expanded, a nothing box of a house becomes a neighborly bungalow with an updated Craftsman interior. by Regina Cole | photographs by Richard McNamee
Where once there was only asphalt, gardens and terraces now surround a courtyard created between house and garage. by Steve Gross & Susan Daley
Options to evoke kitchens from the first third of the 20th century. by Brian D. Coleman
An admirer of furnituremaker James Krenov and of California architects Greene & Greene, Peart interprets the work of past masters. by Mary Ellen Polson
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