A Family Craftsman for the 21st Century
by Ken and Laura Liang
A young couple with three daughters work with a great team and stick to their plans.
by Thomas Shess
Newlyweds turn a deferred-maintenance
fixer into the home of their dreams.
Kelly Bungalow Colony
On the nation’s first airbase, bungalows
are mute reminders of bygone military life.
Beneath Brown Gables
by Tim Counts
A family reconstructs the history of their
1910 lakeside Adirondacks camp.
Robert Winter’s “The California Bungalow” at 25
by John Luke
A quarter-century ago, a pioneering act
of scholarly fieldwork helped keep the
bungalow from disappearing.
Departments and Craftsman Resources
A Letter from the Publisher
Open House: Letters to the Editor
A foursquare is back from near dead in
Michigan, and a search for an affordable
bungalow ends happily in Ladonia, Texas.
Other readers report in from coast to coast.
Perspective on Antiques
with David Rudd
In Cedar Rapids, Iowa, single-drop
lanterns hanging from a ceiling plate
have a strong aesthetic quality. Also:
a bizarrely humorous piece from Jamestown,
N.Y., and the lowdown on restoring a Royal Easy Chair.
New & Noteworthy
From plein-air paintings to a serene take on
the contemporary kitchen, a sampling of fine
designs for indoors, outdoors and in between.
Arts & Crafts Profile
North Prairie Tileworks: Designing
an Arts and Crafts Life
by Terry Tsujioka
A collaborative tile studio embodies a career reinvented.
American Bungalow News
This spring, plan a visit to San Francisco’s
New de Young Museum — and a side trip
down memory lane on Route 66.
Beyond the Bungalow
by Paul Duchscherer
The New American Dream
by James Gauer
Reviews by John Luke
Directory of Advertisers
From Our Friends
The Best Job in the World
by Michelle Gringeri-Brown
Recalling homeowners’ love stories
and the finer points of editorial style.
The Bungalow Bookstore
Browse our bookstore for some great new
titles and classic editions.