What style is your home? Arts & Crafts interiors feature richly crafted woodwork & trim, wallpaper, paint, rugs, pillows, lighting fixtures and portieres. No detail goes unnoticed: floors, walls, ceilings and hardware help define each unique home's style.
A fabulous collection of period art pottery, antique furnishings—and new rugs in the Arts & Crafts tradition—lend a pedigree to a new house.
Today’s Arts & Crafts Revival has brought us bathrooms that are “sanitary white” and also bathrooms with more warmth and decoration. Bath styles from the first third of the 20th century vary considerably: think of transitional Victorian built-ins, then white tile, and finally the intensely colored fixtures of the Art Deco period. So much choice!
These small furnishings by today's artisans will add style to your old house.
Today’s excellent Arts & Crafts Revival has given us hundreds of options for bedroom furniture. Choose from reissues, adapted designs, and interpretive work. Furniture craftspeople are working in every idiom from Stickley to Wright to Greene and Greene.
Think them ingenious, historic, or simply charming, millwork built-ins are an essential part of the Arts & Crafts house.