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Jane Browne grew up in this suburban Chicago town, but what brought her back full circle was immersion in her house.
by Brian D. Coleman| photographs by Jessie Walker
Rebuilt on the footprint of a coach house that was too homely to save, a new addition takes cues from a 1914 classic.
by Mary Ellen Polson| photographs by Bob Shimer
Four People Found Company [-ies]
John, David, Dan, and Sarah found each other and have since made life sweet for lovers of English A&C.
by Dan Cooper| photographs by Michael Malyszko
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by Brian D. Coleman
At Thuya Lodge in Mount Desert, a legacy garden.
by Regina Cole
The era’s comfortable “modern home,” once again a favorite.
The Purveyors: Morris–and Sanderson, online blog sites, crafts in Asheville, Art & Craft in stone, dark woodwork woes, “My Foursquare.”
The right kitchen
ART + CRAFT
Curtains and other treasure.
Nancy Hiller on restoring and self expression.
The beautiful allure of copper, indoors and out.
BRINGING IT BACK
Proof that paint color lends detail and reveals style.
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