Long-time collectors of vintage American pottery and Navajo art found the right house for their collections. It was built as a winter haven for industrialist Edward Drummon LIbbey (as in Libbey Owens-Corning). Bill and Kathy Couturie restored it in the 1990s.
The American movement is so heavily identified with wood: shingled bungalows, Mission oak, wainscots and beams. And as for the revival, interpretation of the woodwork of Greene and Greene is a movement all its own.