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Spring 2013

Here's a preview of what's inside of the Spring 2013 issue of Arts & Crafts Homes and the Revival:

ON THE COVER:With ingenious space planning, the new kitchen for a tidy 1937 Tudor house in Seattle marries period-inspired design elements to practical must-haves for the owner, a devoted cook.Photo by William Wright


Plan No. 382, a Model Bungalow
“Grace, beauty, and comfort” indeed, just what planbook publisher Henry Wilson had in mind. by Sarah Hilbert | photographs by Jaimee Itagaki

The Guild
Pewabic Pottery at 110
Famous for the glazes developed by its founder a century ago, the firm continues to innovate. by Mary Ellen Polson

New Work
Swedish Craftsman
In the Pacific Northwest, a new Arts & Crafts house was sparked by the owners’ heritage, memories, and hard work. by Donna Pizzi | photographs by Blackstone Edge Studios

Kitchen for a Tudor
Architect and owners collaborate on a new cook’s kitchen with house-inspired details—and color. by Brian D. Coleman

Driveways and Walks
Three-car garages and SUVs not-withstanding, here are tips on designing an appropriate driveway or front walk. by Patricia Poore

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