A 1926 Spanish bungalow garden with a desert in bloom.
Herons, storks, and other wading birds are a design theme that has appeared in Arts & Crafts furniture and accessories for over a century.
“Standard” Arts & Crafts windows are versatile and still beautifully modern.
Without overwhelming the original house, an addition that went up and back provided much-needed family space—including a period-style kitchen with a nod to the Arts & Crafts era.
Ever wonder as you move your palm over a favorite Edwardian-era pedestal sink—feeling the glaze gone sandpapery over the decades, noting a new chip—if there’s a fix: a kind of Botox for bathtubs? Here’s a quick course on your refinishing options.
This 1910 house in Portland, Oregon was built according to plans published in Gustav Stickley’s magazine. Recent owners fixed it up true to the original intention.
Space-efficient bungalows and other modern homes of the period are stuffed with built-ins, nooks, and corners that lend useful space for seating, storage—even sleeping.
Built on a rare vacant lot in downtown Bozeman, Montana, this infill dwelling marries modern Arts & Crafts living and the neighborhood aesthetic.
It’s worth seeking out vestiges of the Arts & Crafts movement in glorious Colorado’s foothills and beyond.