The revival of small-batch art tile has never been more vibrant than in today’s revival, as you’ll see in the work of three unique artisan tile makers.
Check out what’s inside the latest issue of Arts & Crafts Homes and the Revival.
After spending a decade restoring a 1908 house, this couple was pleasantly surprised to find they’d fallen for a newer Craftsman—one built in 2008!
With the renovation of this undistinguished 1950s house, the new kitchen with Arts & Crafts motifs grew to become the heart of the home.
Once rather a mess, this 1915 San Diego bungalow was restored over a period of 25 years. Lots of DIY labor produced stunning results.
A strong underlying architecture is important when the garden goes minimalist for the winter.
Practical and artistic, tile is preferred for new fireplaces.
Despite the prevalence of art tile for revival fireplaces, brick and concrete were as common during the Arts & Crafts period.
Mailed to schoolteacher–carpenter Andrew Fery in the hamlet of Aumsville, Oregon (pop. then 100), this postcard illustrates how the Arts & Crafts movement—or retail versions of it—reached even rural American homes.