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Arts & Crafts Homes, Spring 2015


Here’s a peek at what’s inside of the latest issue of Arts & Crafts Homes and the Revival:

A Letter from the Editor
Is A&C the new Colonial?

Utility Spaces
A rear addition for a kitchen. by Mary Ellen Polson

Bringing It Back
Refinishing plumbing fixtures by Gordon Bock

On nooks, crannies, and built-ins. by Mary Ellen Polson

Rocky Mountain highlights. by Clare Martin Alexander

Motifs of the Revival: Heron, Crane & Egret.

Restoration: True Craftsman
This 1910 house in Oregon was built according to plans published in Gustav Stickley’s magazine. Recent owners- fixed it up true to the original intention. by Brian D. Coleman | photos by William Wright

Guild: Native Trails’ Naomi Neilson Howard
A young woman enthralled with traditional Mexican arti- sanry becomes a conduit for extraordinary work. by Mary Ellen Polson

New Work: Montana Ease
The architect explains how his firm uses an Arts & Crafts vocabulary in tandem with a modern mountain vernacular, here creating a successful infill bungalow. 
by Patricia Poore | photos by Karl Neumann

Outside: Exotic Color

Around a 1926 Spanish Colonial Revival house, the desert garden is anything but arid—then there’s the paint color! by Brian D. Coleman | photos by William Wright

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