Here’s a preview of what’s inside of the Summer 2011 issue of Arts & Crafts Homes and the Revival:
ON THE COVER: Original American Arts & Crafts furnishings perfectly complement the interior of a 1932 Tudor Revival house in Cincinnati. Photo by Josh Beemani
IN THE MAGAZINE:
An enviable collection of original Arts & Crafts furniture, lighting, and pottery enhances a period interior. by Ken Lay | photographs by Josh Beeman
Architect William Lightfoot Price transformed this property in 1904, creating a storybook garden. by Patricia Poore | photographs by Tom Crane
A handsome new house interprets the work of Voysey and Webb and the country estates of the British movement. by Jane Powell | photographs by Jaimee Itagaki
In fabled Oak Park, Illinois, John S. Van Bergen’s Linden Apartments remain remarkably unchanged. by Brian De Vinck
A symbol of the East became a popular motif for stylized ornament on A&C tiles, textiles, pottery, and metalwork.
There’s a new sophistication in the way tile is used in kitchens and bathrooms—particularly when the room is period inspired. We’re seeing not just neat backsplashes made of subway tile—in cream, green, even burgundy—but also art tile moving into these rooms. And plain tile is being used in unique ways.
With impeccable Arts & Crafts credentials and a penchant for medieval ideas of handcraft, Ernest Batchelder made tiles that continue to influence California design. These beautiful designs have been revived.
This Expo in print is an exclusive list of contemporary art-tile manufacturers. Their beautiful tiles are suitable for Bungalows and Craftsman houses, for Tudors, Spanish Revival and California homes, and for new buildings of the Arts & Crafts Revival.
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