This Issue Includes:
By Marie Via
In upstate New York, a displaced Californian is given its mittens.
We Took Care of the House the House Took Care of Us
By Chris Wolfe and Nora Dobin
How 18 years in a historic Craftsman bungalow in the middle of Houston.
Homing In on the Heights
By Anne Sloan
Residents and developers vie for the heart of a historic Houston neighborhood.
Homesteading in Foursquare Heaven
By Douglas J. Forsyth
In the early 20th century, Toledo, Ohio, had a serious love affair with the American foursquare. At the end of the century, artist Holly Branstner began her own foursquare romance.
Useful Fire: A Hearth is Born of Beauty
By Christine Igot
The author, inspired by William Morris finds usefulness to match beauty.
Changed into Other Forms: Lessons of the Arts and Crafts Home
By Kitty Trugeon
In the Arts and crafts home, the whole is much more than the sun of its parts.