Here’s a preview of what’s inside of the Winter 2013 issue of Arts & Crafts Homes and the Revival:
ON THE COVER: Pretty Douglas fir woodwork—built by the handy owner—warms the interior of a “nice little bungalow” in Santa Barbara. Photo by William Wright
IN THE MAGAZINE:
A Santa Barbara native rescues a house built in 1919, adding period woodwork to the interior. by John Bock | photographs by William Wright
Introducing three woodworkers who each migrated to the mountains of crafts-rich North Carolina. by Mary Ellen Polson
Using the Arts & Crafts philosophy not to re-create the past, but in a contemporary twist on the revival. by Patricia Poore | photographs by Karen Melvin
A once unusable (if rather original) kitchen is sympathetically remodele with elements of the 1910s. by Donna Pizzi
Restored 1950s “barbecue,” minimalist fire-pit, or a second kitchen—it’s the comeback of the outdoor hearth. Vicki Johnson and Ken Druse
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