The Neighborhood Spirit of Simplicity
BY JANET POLASKY, STEPHANIE CASWELL
AND DEBBIE NEEDLEMAN
A close-knit group embraces “less is more”
while preserving their neighborhood.
An Artistic and Historical Haven
BY LEE JESTER
The Southwest inspires the art of
A gallery of never before published
Arthur Jerome Eddy and the
BY ROBERT WINTER
Architect Arthur Jerome Eddy strays
from the modern to build an “epoch of rest”
in the Arts and Crafts style.
Historical Purity in Boise
BY KAREN BENNING
The Weisers provide a glimpse into
their Harrison Avenue bungalow in
Letter from the Publisher
Open House: Letters to the Editor
From coast to coast, readers share their pride in their bungalows.
New & Noteworthy
A selection of Arts and Crafts-inspired amenities for today’s bungalow lifestyle.
Perspective on Antiques
WITH DAVID RUDD
A hanging pot, Grandma’s rocker, and collecting Stickley’s Cherry Valley furniture.
Arts & Crafts Profile
BY MATT HORMANN
Heritage Tile: Recreating a Pre-war Past,
One Tile at a Time.
FROM THE BUNGALOW KITCHEN
Bungalow Bread Or …
The Blizzard of 1967 Survival Bread
BY MICHAEL MECH
TUNING INTO THE PAST
The Many Faces of the Rocket Man
BY ROGER RITTNER
THE WORLD OF ARTS & CRAFTS
Are We Collectors … Or Just Hoarders?
BY BRUCE JOHNSON
FROM OUR FRIENDS
BY ROBERT ROYE
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