The love affair with tile goes back more than a century for Arts & Crafts kitchens.
Mount Hood is the name of the house owned by the evangelist Billy Sunday and his wife, Helen. They built it in 1911 in Winona Lake, Indiana.
A look inside the issue.
A passion that started with “trash night” in Brooklyn found full expression in the restoration of this 1911 house in Oregon.
Tweaked to align with the new owners’ preferences, a builder’s house gets an Arts & Crafts makeover with oak woodwork, stained glass, mosaic tile, and soothing colors and textures.
The designer takes a classic approach to create a balance of beauty and function in these two new, period-style baths.
Encouraged by his grandmother as a child, the fine painter embraced the serenity of Tonalism, and discovered it's commonality with the Arts & Crafts Movement.
Matte rather than shiny, mellow rather than bright, wood floors in Arts & Crafts-era homes often fade into the woodwork.
The recipe for a perfectly modern between-the-wars kitchen may be gleaned from illustrations in Gordon–Van Tine’s book of ready-cut (kit) homes.