Here’s a preview of what’s inside of the Winter 2011 issue of Arts & Crafts Homes and the Revival:
ON THE COVER: Early Gustav Stickley pieces enrich the entry hall of a 1915 Craftsman house in Pittsburgh, owned and restored by a longtime collector. Photo by Edward Addeo
IN THE MAGAZINE:
A 1915 Pittsburgh Foursquare, knowledgeably restored, is well-furnished with early Gustav Stickley pieces. by Brian Coleman | photographs by Edward Addeo
An admirer of the Pasadena architects assembles contemporary artisans to realize her vision in a revival kitchen. written & photographed by Douglas Keister
How pergolas, fences, arbors, and trellises soften transitions in the Arts & Crafts garden. by Dan Cooper
The designers, builders, cabinetmakers, and artisans who created the new kitchen worked in concert. by Douglas Keister
The motifs, materials, and current design approaches for the new revival kitchen: state of the art. by Dan Cooper
Cozy, old-fashioned, practical, and space-saving, nooks and banquettes make a comeback. by Mary Ellen Polson
Learn about the history of the Morris Chair—the first recliner. A staple of Arts & Crafts furniture lines, the adjustable-back chair actually dates to 1865 and William Morris’s English firm.
A selection of gift-worthy items chosen by our editors and advertisers: find the perfect present for your own house or for like-minded friends—people who truly appreciate quality, artisanry, and objects that are unique.
There are modest, less expensive ways to enjoy the Arts & Crafts style in our homes. Most of us don’t have the resources or expertise of the great collectors. But we can still enjoy a slice of the Mission pie. I did it; here are some ways to get there, along with pictures of my cabin.
Browse an inspiring list of special, gorgeous products and manufacturers to help you furnish your bungalow or Tudor, Craftsman-era home, or a house of the Arts & Crafts Revival.
Check for upcoming Arts & Crafts events coming to an area near you. Have an event that isn’t posted? Be sure to submit to our editors here.
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