This Issue Includes:
Small House Large on Charm
By Matt Hormann
Owners team up with a local historic preservation organization to find and restore a Bungalow Haven gem.
Apologies to the Navajo ( And Their Neighbors) Part 2
By Robert Winter
The influence of the american Indian cultures on a dealer and two architects.
Bungalow Heaven: Preserving a Neighborhood
By David Kramer
The author of the seminal blog The Craftsman Bungalow shares the story of how Pasadena's Bungalow Haven neighborhood was preserved by the community as documented by filmmaker Joaquin Montalvan.
By Leslie Dixon
Since 1909 the Anthony/Kerry House has been home to creative and entrepreneurial genius. The current owners get creative in finding ways to save it.
A Family Affair on Old Cape Cod
By Rebecca Taeon
When the Walker family bought a Sears Kit beach cottage on the Cape Cod shore, they immersed themselves in Provincetown's colorful local art scene, creating a home that has been cherished for generations.
The Touch of a Woman
By Tim Counts
After a long hunt, Lee Biersdorf and Ellyn Hosch found a house under layers of ruin, then lovingly restored this Minnesota foursquare to its original glory, bringing back the spirit of its original owner.