Gain a deeper understanding of the early Arts & Crafts movement by traveling to these sites in the United States and abroad; visit gorgeous historic homes and house museums to learn about the movement's most influential designers and architects.
In Charnwood Forest, Stoneywell was imagined by British Arts & Crafts designer Ernest Gimson for his brother’s family. Built with local materials and labor, it is indigenous and spare, attesting This Is How to Live.
Mention Florida and thoughts of sunshine, palm trees, and white beaches come to mind—but so should bungalows. Historic neighborhoods filled with charming Arts & Crafts-era homes (tiled Spanish haciendas, shingled Craftsman cottages) fill Tampa and St. Pete.
American-style shopping at the mall is in every way antithetical to an insistence on fewer, better things. But we dare you to resist the urge to shop in these special stores, which display a range of truly beautiful, artisan-made goods.