For the trip of a lifetime, go to Elaine Hirschl Ellis and Gail Anderson Ettinger at Arts & Crafts Tours.
Quarter-sawn oak cabinets with a Stickley vibe are the anchor for this open, multi-zoned kitchen.
American Arts & Crafts architecture includes many examples that go “beyond the bungalow.” This one in Portland, Oregon, is a classic.
Rooted to its site, this new timber-frame house speaks the language of the owner’s favorite architect.
A modest yard is reimagined as garden rooms with verdant space for lounging, eating, even hanging out in a hot tub.
The historic Cincinnati pottery founded in 1880 is riding a new wave of modernization and creativity.
Penny round, hex, or square, mosaic tile lends itself to utilitarian floors that are showpieces of pattern.
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Editor's letter, Arts & Crafts Homes Spring 2017 edition