Restoration veterans saw beyond fake siding and popcorn ceilings to the inherent charm of this rural bungalow.
A 1914 Craftsman house is restored with sensitivity.
Along the rugged Oregon coast, a house grows out of the boulders: new work in the Arts & Crafts spirit, led by a woodworker turned builder.
A passion that started with “trash night” in Brooklyn found full expression in the restoration of this 1911 house in Oregon.
Serial restorers end up in a 1920 bungalow in Portland, Oregon, which they’ve imbued with a timeless Asian aesthetic.
American Arts & Crafts architecture includes many examples that go “beyond the bungalow.” This one in Portland, Oregon, is a classic.
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.
Untouched and unusable, a kitchen in Portland, Oregon, is sympathetically remodeled with elements of the 1910s.
Once derelict, a 1906 house in Portland is faithfully restored, then decorated with rich colors and a mix of vintage and revival furniture, textiles, and pottery.