This Issue Includes:
A Pase of Our Own
By Kathleen Donohue
Whether an intact period kitchen, a '70s 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
By Robert Winter
The author remembers the Heineman brothers, a pair of "rank amateurs" who built some of Pasadena's loveliest homes, including a meticulously restored Arts and Crafts masterpiece the James Allen Freeman house.
Hood Canal Bungalow
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 Puget Sound.
A Craftsman Home
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.
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
By John Luke
Celebrating a purely american style (and the surprising French obsession that drove a flood of "Gibson Girl" shirtwaist exports to Paris) a seductive exhibition debuts at the Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms.