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Traditional Kitchen Products

by Patricia Poore
Editors’ picks for kitchen specialty items, suitable for bungalows, Craftsman-era homes, and those of the Arts & Crafts Revival.
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Woodwork & Finishes for the Craftsman Home

by Patricia Poore
Woodwork and trim are style-defining characteristics of bungalows, Tudors, and other houses of the Arts & Crafts period. Paneled walls and wainscots, plate rails, colonnades, built-ins like bookcases and breakfast nooks, ceiling beams, and robust moldings are being lovingly restored—and installed anew in houses of the revival.
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Kitchens & Bathrooms A pony wall separates the new clawfoot tub from the toilet. The framed mirror dates to 1912.

Perfect Function in a New Arts & Crafts Tile Bath

by Mark Thomas
Gray subway tile, built-in storage and a marble floor shine in this San Francisco house.
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Woodwork: Before & After Tales

by Patricia Poore
In projects large and small—even quite modest—a bit of woodwork wizardry can transform a room. Here are three inspiring projects from a Chicago designer.
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