A Place of Our Own 20
BY KATHLEEN DONOHUE
Whether an intact period kitchen, a í70s
remuddle made right or a tasteful expansion
to accommodate a growing family, these
kitchens charmingly reflect the personalities
of their owners.
A House on the Pacific Rim 44
BY ROBERT WINTER
The author remembers the Heineman brothers,
a pair of ìrank amateursî who built some
of Pasadenaís loveliest homes, including a
meticulously restored Arts and Crafts masterpieceóthe James Allen Freeman house.
Hood Canal Bungalow 60
BY ALAN HEROLD
A Northwest couple with differences in style
and taste find common ground in building
their dream house on an idyllic fjord of
JUST THE TICKET FOR A WORLD TRAVELER A Craftsman Home 72
BY TONI DEVEREAUX
Taking a leap of faith with a worldwide
home-exchange program, the author
discovers the delights of trading places with
homeowners from Copenhagen to Istanbul.
Bungalow Love 86
BY SAMUEL L. SCHEIB
Not long ago, drug dealers were more at
home than families in this Southern Georgia neighborhood that once welcomed Gilded
Age vacationers. Today, thoughtful restoration
is bringing back its former charm.
Some Beauty of Line,
in Lovely Clothes 100
BY JOHN LUKE
Celebrating a purely American style (and the
surprising French obsession that drove a
flood of ìGibson Girlî shirtwaist exports to Paris), a seductive exhibition debuts at
the Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms.
Open House: Letters to the Editor 8
A subscriber falls in love with a lamp, praise
for native gardening, a quest for a 90-year-old door hinge, and a revisit to the neighborhood
of a renowned Detroit architect.
Family Album 14
From coast to coast, readers share their
pride in their bungalows.
Perspective on Antiques 36
WITH DAVID RUDD
A tale of three Stickleys: a lucky estate sale
find a Stickley table that isn’t, and the proper approach to replace a seat’s rope foundation.
New & Noteworthy 40
A selection of Arts and Crafts inspired
amenities for todayís bungalow lifestyle.
ARTS AND CRAFTS PROFILE
Fedde Furniture 96
A Pasadena icon now celebrating its 75th
year, Fedde Furniture is a family business in
every sense of the word, with a deep
commitment to giving back.
FROM OUR FRIENDS
Trophy Room 109
BY LINDA RAVEN