Inside the Bungalow: America's Arts & Crafts Interior
There are 250 illustrations - almost all in color - of front doors, fireplaces, living rooms, dining rooms, kitchens, bedrooms, bathrooms, and all sorts of details. Of special interest is the section devoted to the interiors of two of the "ultimate bungalows" - the Thorsen House in Berkeley, California - and the Gamble House in Pasadena, California - created by the Greene brothers, which epitomize the American Arts and Crafts style. Equally important is the "Before and After" section, in which thirty drab rooms have been totally transformed and now glow with the beauty of Craftsman design and furnishings.
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Interior Planning of the Bungalow
Sense of Place and Arrival
Symbol of Hearth and Home
Hub of Bungalow Living
A Restful Retreat
Stage for Mealtime Rituals
Realm of Domesticity
Rooms of Transformation
Focus on Finishing Touches
A NOTE CONCERNING RESOURCES