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Arts & Crafts Homes Spring 2016


Here’s what’s featured in the latest issue of Arts & Crafts Homes and the Revival:

Editor's Letter
Design Musings post-op
by Patricia Poore

A Secluded Craftsman
With new colors inside and out, and a renovated addition for the family kitchen, this ca. 1905 Chalet–Craftsman is an artistic escape amidst well-tended gardens.
by Regina Cole | photos by Elliott Anderson

The Guild
Gracewood Design
Ken Forcier and Gwenith Jones are reviving the practical painted canvas floorcloth, but with arresting new designs.
by Mary Ellen Polson

New Work
Bungalow Lines in a Revival Home
A California transplant builds a new Craftsman in Great Falls, Montana, to local acclaim.
by Brian Malloy | photos by Jim Wells

Historic House
Ragdale: Enduring Cottage on the Prairie
An American original by architect Howard Van Doren Shaw exhibits English Arts & Crafts sensibilities.
by Thomas Connors | photos by Hedrich Blessing

Antiques Alfresco
Don’t miss these enormous, open-air flea market extravaganzas.
by Mary Ellen Polson

Utility Spaces
Adding Unique Craftsman Baths
Giving up a bedroom allowed these old-house owners to enjoy two new bathrooms.
by Mary Ellen Polson

The Art of a Glass Door
In a Prairie house, a design solution inspired by glass artist Michael Pilla turned an unloved entry door into an art piece.
by David Heide & Michael Crull

Reader Home
An Extension of Style
A stylish basement redo in Minnesota.
by Jim Madson and Anne Sharp

From the Archive
Kirsch Catalogue, 1911
Real period window coverings.
by Bo Sullivan

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