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Stickley, HARLEY-DAVIDSON, and The Road Taken

LONG-TIME READERS MIGHT remember an article about my family’s house in the Adirondacks in American Bungalow No. 58.

4 mins read
American Bungalow Magazine
Issue 99 Fall 2019

NATURAL WORLD, DIGITAL LENS: AT HOME WITH WILDFLOWER GRAPHICS

FROM A SMALL STUDIO in Greenwich, New York, Wildflower Graphics creates stunning botanical illustrations with little more than a pencil and a computer.

5 mins read
American Bungalow Magazine
Issue 99 Fall 2019

PERIOD PIECES

The Hanifan residence not only exemplifies how to expand a modest Craftsman, but is a treasure-trove of vintage and salvaged finds.

10+ mins read
American Bungalow Magazine
Issue 99 Fall 2019

LOSE YOUR HEART

JANIS HALL LOVES OLD HOUSES.

8 mins read
American Bungalow Magazine
Issue 99 Fall 2019

AND A FEELING RUNS THROUGH IT

Old houses and old people, their histories and their mysteries, are inscribed deep inside their old bones.

6 mins read
American Bungalow Magazine
Issue 99 Fall 2019

Lose Your Heart

Janis hall loves old houses.

7 mins read
American Bungalow Magazine
Issue 99 Fall 2019

Stickley, Harley-Davidson, And The Road Taken

Long-time readers might remember an article about my family’s house in the Adirondacks in American Bungalow No. 58.

3 mins read
American Bungalow Magazine
Issue 99 Fall 2019

Period Pieces

The Hanifan residence not only exemplifies how to expand a modest Craftsman, but is a treasure-trove of vintage and salvaged finds.

10+ mins read
American Bungalow Magazine
Issue 99 Fall 2019

Natural World, Digital Lens: At Home With Wildflower Graphics

From a small studio in Greenwich, New York, Wildflower Graphics creates stunning botanical illustrations with little more than a pencil and a computer.

5 mins read
American Bungalow Magazine
Issue 99 Fall 2019

And A Feeling Runs Through It

Old houses and old people, their histories and their mysteries, are inscribed deep inside their old bones.

6 mins read
American Bungalow Magazine
Issue 99 Fall 2019

The Architecture Of Elmer Grey

When Elmer Grey (1872– 1963) arrived in California in 1902 at the age of 30, he was already an established architect who had garnered the distinction of Fellow of the AIA for his design of a country house in Wisconsin.

7 mins read
American Bungalow Magazine
Issue 91 Fall 2016

A Modern Crafts- Man Takes Root

When Judy and Mark Deitch contemplated renovations on their newly purchased Calabasas, California, ranch house, they were about to launch themselves into an architectural and design endeavor that would lead them from an initial flirtation with the Prairie style to becoming devotees of Arts and Crafts.

7 mins read
American Bungalow Magazine
Issue 90 Summer 2016

An Evolution of Love

In 1972, my wife, Linda Sherman, was a recent graduate of the School of  the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and was looking for a place to house  her  printing  presses.

10+ mins read
American Bungalow Magazine
Issue 91 Fall 2016

Oak Ridge

The Barnes house, 1912 Architect : Elmer Grey

5 mins read
American Bungalow Magazine
Issue 91 Fall 2016

Corgis, Coventry, and Conservation in Pomona

There’s a difference between ownership and stewardship, explain Steve Leyerly and Bill Shelton when talking about their home.

4 mins read
American Bungalow Magazine
Issue 90 Summer 2016