Subscribe to Arts & Crafts Homes and the Revival magazine

bungalow style

Bungalow Thumbnail image for The Bungalow : A Short History

The Bungalow : A Short History

by Patricia Poore
How the darling house style of the first quarter of the 20th century lost its cachet, and why the American Bungalow has come back stronger than ever as part of the Arts & Crafts Revival.
Continue Reading…
Bungalow Thumbnail image for House Styles: The Craftsman Bungalow

House Styles: The Craftsman Bungalow

by Patricia Poore
The word “bungalow” may seem today like a synonym for “cottage,” but in its heyday the Craftsman bungalow was prized both for its exotic, Anglo-Indian associations and its artistic naturalism. Bungalow designs originated in the late 19th century with close ties to the Arts & Crafts movement and remain popular today.
Continue Reading…
Revival Today Thumbnail image for A Look at the Best New Work of the Revival

A Look at the Best New Work of the Revival

by Patricia Poore
This contemporary bungalow in Flagstaff, Arizona, is a lovely and livable interpretation that relies on a repetitive arch and Native American motifs.
Continue Reading…
Bungalow Thumbnail image for Defining the Arts & Crafts Movement

Defining the Arts & Crafts Movement

by Patricia Poore
The American version of Arts & Crafts was simpler than the European movements, emphasizing wood tones and earthy materials and colors. It was also more egalitarian as it embraced machine production of many goods.
Continue Reading…