Herons, storks, and other wading birds are a design theme that has appeared in Arts & Crafts furniture and accessories for over a century.
A 1926 Spanish bungalow garden with a desert in bloom.
“Standard” Arts & Crafts windows are versatile and still 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 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, this infill dwelling marries modern living and the neighborhood aesthetic.
It’s worth seeking out vestiges of the Arts & Crafts movement in glorious Colorado’s foothills and beyond.