Here’s a preview of what’s inside of the Summer 2013 issue of Arts & Crafts Homes and the Revival:
ON THE COVER: Spice jars fill a converted ironing-board cupboard in an Art Deco-era kitchen that survives in a 1901 Arts & Crafts house in Portland, Oregon. Photo by Blackstone Edge Studios
IN THE MAGAZINE:
Embracing “smart house” technology and long-lived materials, an owner improves his East Coast Craftsman. by Patricia Poore | photographs by Greg Premru
Hand-forged tables with signature motifs (like the Moustache scroll) are one specialty of father and son. by Mary Ellen Polson
A recent rebuild in Pebble Beach, guided by 300 detail drawings, recalls the architectural legacy of the region. by Brian D. Coleman | photographs by William Wright
Bungalow bump-outs, bays, oriels, and other endearing motifs in windows of the Arts & Crafts era. by Patricia Poore
Garden rooms punctuated with stone features sit above an old quarry. by Regina Cole | photographs by Eric Roth
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