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winter 2008 issue of arts and crafts homes

Winter 2008

by Patricia Poore on June 5, 2009

in Back Issues,Magazine

FEATURED ARTICLES

RESTORATION
Appealing Reuse

An 18th-century Pennslyvania gristmill lends itself to Arts and Crafts, and the homeowner’s collections of folk art.
by Brian D. Coleman| photographs by Edward Addeo

NEW WORK
Back in Style: Bungalow Courts

Bungalow courts, prevalent in California between 1910 and 1930, are being built once more—this time as a smart alternative to multi-family and townhouse development.
by Sabra Waldfogel

HISTORY
Riordan Redux

The architecture of Northern Arizona’s 1904 Riordan Mansion is reminiscent of the indigenous structures of the Southwest, but also reflects Craftsman, Spanish, and Rustic influences.
by Dan Cooper

UTILITY SPACES
The Mudroom

Mudrooms are the rage right now, but setting up or even building one can pose challenges in a period-style house.
by Mary Ellen Polson

OUTSIDE
Exterior Lighting

New trends in exterior lighting make it easy to play up your home’s style points.
by Mary Ellen Polson

THE GUILD
North Prairie Tileworks

This is Minneapolis company is committed to both restoration and creative new work.
by Patricia Poore

DEPARTMENTS

PILGRIMAGE
Arizona offers visitors a different flavor of Arts and Crafts design.
by Dan Cooper

DETAILS
A timeline of the true Arts and Crafts bathroom.
by Catherine Lundie

BRINGING IT BACK
Traditional materials and innovations allow you to re-create the nostalgic roof.

ARCHITECTURE
A glossary of bungalow gable treatments.

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