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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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Counters & Backsplashes

Buddy Rhodes Artisan Concrete

by Arts and Crafts Editor
Company provides finished countertops, custom inlaid concrete floors, tiles, and fireplaces, as well as materials, training, and support for those wishing to fabricate their own.
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Pottery

Seiz Pottery

by Arts and Crafts Editor
They sell Arts & Crafts-style pottery, tiles, address plaques, house number tiles, switchplates, and Franz porcelain.
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Pottery

Sassafrass Pottery

by Arts and Crafts Editor
High-fired ceramic pottery, tiles, vases, pitchers, platters, and more in beautiful A&C colors.
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Pottery

Roseberry-Winn Pottery & Tile

by Arts and Crafts Editor
Pottery, tableware, tiles, and lamps in rich colors and evocative patterns that combine function and beauty.
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Pottery

Kreigh Art Ceramics

by Arts and Crafts Editor
Unique, crystalline glazed pottery, plus hand-thrown porcelain sinks and matching tiles.
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Metal Accessories

Rustic Homes Connection

by Arts and Crafts Editor
Décor for cabin, lodge, or ranch: hardware, fireplace tools, lighting, switchplates, tiles, and more.
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Art Tile

Metaphor Bronze Tileworks

by Arts and Crafts Editor
They design and manufacture solid cast bronze tiles, made from recycled metal, and hand finished in a luxurious palette of proprietary patinas.
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M. Teixeira Soapstone

by Arts and Crafts Editor
Soapstone masonry heaters offer beauty, efficiency, and a timeless technology that cannot be found in standard wood-burning stoves. Unlike traditional fireplaces, which emit blistering heat in close proximity, soapstone stores and releases heat slowly. The heat released feels very much like the warmth provided by afternoon light in a sunroom.
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