Corgis, Coventry, and Conservation
BY MATT HORMANN
Steve Leyerly and Bill Shelton take pride
in being the stewards of Coventry Cottage.
Back in the Queen City
BY KATHLEEN DONOHUE
After a rise and fall, Rookwood pottery
is back where it belongs.
A Modern Craftsman Takes Root
BY JENNA ANDERSON AND SARAH SCOTT
An architectural endeavor turns Mark
and Judy Deitch into devotees of Arts
The Many Lives of a House
BY JACK FROST
Reader Jack Frost tells the story of how
his childhood home shaped the lives of
Bungalows from the Past,
for the Future
BY ROBERT G. BAILEY
An inflated housing market brings forth
an appreciation for smaller homes.
Furnishing the Bungalow
A reproduction of the article
“Furnishing the Bungalow” from a 1914
special edition of Country Life in America on bungalows.
Letter from the Publisher
Open House: Letters to the Editor
From coast to coast, readers share their
pride in their bungalow.
New & Noteworthy
A selection of Arts and Crafts-inspired
amenities for today’s bungalow lifestyle.
Perspective on Antiques
WITH DAVID RUDD
Tracy Davis provides an overview of the
uses of rugs and carpets in the Arts
and Crafts movement.
ARTS & CRAFTS PROFILE
Fay Jones Day: Crafting Tiles
with a Personal Touch
The World of Arts & Crafts
BY BRUCE JOHNSON
Arts and Crafts Societies
FROM OUR FRIENDS
Circling the Wagons
BY LINDA RAVEN
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