An admirer of Greene & Greene assembles a contemporary guild to realize her revival vision in a new kitchen.
The circa 1930 kitchen is perfect for this storybook Tudor house.
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.
Craftsmanship and intimate spaces define a new house that’s part modern, part rustic, and part North Carolina vernacular.
Recent work—table lamps and floor lamps—carefully chosen by the editors. This Arts & Crafts lighting adds an artistic accent to any home.
The Arts & Crafts revival is alive and well in this city filled with bungalow-era neighborhoods.
Do you want a true bungalow-era kitchen, or are you leaning toward a period-inspired kitchen of the Arts & Crafts Revival?
Led by construction manager Kevin Chick and architectural designer Joshua Stewman, a recent rebuild in Pebble Beach recalls the architectural legacy of Southern California.
In Altadena, a blue granite castle is a landmark restored. With mature gardens surrounding the house, it’s an eclectic whimsy.
Ten years or more have passed since the Arts & Crafts Revival introduced handsome, practical new kitchens based on those of the first quarter of the 20th century. Here are the elements and designs that inspire us today.
Learn about Arts & Crafts-style designers Laurie Taylor and Clint Miller.