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Arts & Crafts Homes Summer 2013

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Northwest Revival Flavor in Seattle

by Brian D. Coleman
The Arts & Crafts revival is alive and well in this city filled with bungalow-era neighborhoods.
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Lighting & Hardware

The Guild: Bushere & Son

by Mary Ellen Polson
Hand-forged tables with signature motifs (like the Moustache scroll) are one specialty of father and son.
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Windows and Doors Windows in the top of the wall are typical over inglenooks or built-ins that flank the fireplace. Fixed transoms with art glass are mounted over single-light windows; simple curtains are hung below the mullion.

Bungalow Windows

by Patricia Poore
Bays and bump-outs, Prairie glass and diamond panes and cloud-lift muntins: artistic windows.
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Kitchens & Bathrooms The pretty tile floor dates to the 1930 renovation; cabinets are likely original (1910). Nancy Conescu added the arched doors. Glossy green Marlite on the walls is ca. 1951.

Kitchen in Mint Condition

by Donna Pizzi
You’d hardly expect to find an Art Deco kitchen in a 1910 Craftsman—but this homeowner knew it had to be restored.
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Back Issues Summer 2013 issue of Arts and Crafts Homes and the Revival magazine preview.

Summer 2013

by Arts and Crafts Editor
Summer 2013 issue of Arts and Crafts Homes and the Revival magazine preview.
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Editor's Letter Patricia Poore, Editor of Arts and Crafts Homes Magazine

Not Enough Bungalows!

by Patricia Poore
Sure, Shingle Style houses had art-movement leanings and often a touch of the exotic. My own house is a kind of Arts & Crafts Tudorbethan built in 1904 (but the porch is more Colonial Revival than bungalesque).
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Home Systems An appropriate paint scheme enhances the original façade; only the art glass is new.

Renovation for the Next Hundred Years

by Patricia Poore
This project embraces both long-lived materials and “smart house” features.
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