The Saga of House #14
by Jim Heuer
In recovering the lost history of their home,
determined owners also revived the reputation
of one of Oregon’s seminal architects.
New Rochelle Revelation
by Tim Counts
Over time, a stately 1913 home reveals a rich interior Arts and Crafts heritage.
At Home with Their Favorite Things
by Terry Tsujioka
A painter and an attorney share lifelong
passions for art and architecture with each other — and a cat named Chloe.
A Stickley “True Craftsman”
Comes Back to Life
by Lori Patch
Its cathedral ceiling and massive stone
fireplace captivated Daria and Scott Colner.
Only later did they learn what living in a
“True Craftsman” really means.
by Thomas Shess
A master carpenter takes pride in making
Reinway Court: Craftsman,
by Rebecca Kuzins
Kristopher Doe’s family has owned Reinway Court through four generations. Working alone,
he has restored it over the past 15 years.
Departments and Craftsman Resources
A Letter from the Publisher
Open House: Letters to the Editor
From coast to coast, readers share their
bungalow restorations and preservation
Perspective on Antiques
with David Rudd
Our consultant responds to readers’ questions
on vintage furnishings.
New & Noteworthy
From tiles and windows to a barn full of
Arts and Crafts salvage.
Arts & Crafts Profile
VanOstrand Metal Studio:
Extending the Roycroft Tradition
by Terry Tsujioka
For this gifted artist and devoted teacher,
husband and father, the very best is always
still to come.
Inside the Not So Big House
by Sarah Susanka and Marc Vassallo
Review by John Luke
American Bungalow News
The San Diego Museum of Art celebrates its
80th year, an exhibition of American art pottery
is on the road in Texas, and historic preservation is alive and well in Oahu’s Manoa Valley.
Directory of Advertisers
From Our Friends
I Coulda Been a Contenda … (Ouch!)
by Barbara Schwartz
Do-it-yourselfer encounters the dreaded
The Bungalow Bookstore
Time to stock up on some great