art + craft

Arts and Crafts Homes - - ART + CRAFT - by Mary Ellen Pol­son

Ad­dress Me

Th­ese 1"-thick metal-coated ad­dress plaques come in hun­dreds of Arts & Crafts, Mis­sion, Craftsman, Bun­ga­low, and Prairie style vari­a­tions. The Amer­i­can Craftsman plaque in Cop­per Verdi starts at $193. The Stick­ley num­bered plaque be­gins at $196. From At­las Signs and Plaques, (920) 648-5647, at­las­sign­sand­plaques.com

Na­tive South­west

The San Miguel is a re­cent in­tro­duc­tion from a se­ries of hand-tufted wool rugs based on Na­tive Amer­i­can Pendleton blan­ket de­signs. Rugs are avail­able in sizes from 4' x 6' to 10' x 14'. Prices range from $575 to $2,590. From South­west Looms, (800) 333-1801, south­west­looms.com

On Track

Add a rus­tic slid­ing door to your garage, barn, or camp with clas­sic flat-track barn door hang­ers in a choice of fin­ishes. Slid­ing hard­ware for a 30" x 81" door is $370. The sal­vage-wood spe­cial edi­tion door shown is $995. From Real Slid­ing Hard­ware, (800) 694-5977, re­al­s­lid­ing­hard­ware.com

Room for Two

Seam­lessly de­signed with a fac­tory-in­stalled pedestal, the Duet free­stand­ing dou­ble slip­per pedestal dual bath fea­tures a con­tin­u­ous rolled rim. A gen­er­ous 72", the cast iron has an acid-resistant enamel fin­ish. Pric­ing be­gins at $3,950 in white. From Song Bath, (800) 960-0543, song­bath.com

Ode to Bail­lie Scott

Mitch Rober­son’s Bail­lie Scott side ta­ble in wal­nut with quar­ter-sawn white oak de­tails hon­ors the English ar­chi­tect’s 1901 orig­i­nal. It mea­sures 27" tall x 20" wide. Also avail­able in oak and cherry, it’s $750 as shown. From Hu­man Hands Work­shop, (646) 265-3517, hu­man­handswood­work­ing.com

French For­ever Tiles

Th­ese long-lived vitri­fied tiles are made in France by Winck­el­mans, founded in 1867. Shown in the Tot­ten­ham pat­tern with Nor­wood bor­der, the tiles are in­stalled with­out gaps and can be used in­doors or out. Pric­ing is still be­ing set. From Her­beau, (800) 547-1608, her­beau.com

In­dus­try and Beauty

Orig­i­nally a cus­tom de­sign, the Bell wall sconce fea­tures a heavy mouth-blown glass shade on an in­dus­trial goose­neck arm. It mea­sures 11¼" high x 8" deep. In brass with a pewter fin­ish that will gain patina over time, it costs $525. From Au­then­tic De­signs, (800) 844-9416, au­then­ticde­signs.com

Red Bird, Blue Bird

“Up­side Down­side” is from a re­cent se­ries based on the work of min­i­mal­ist wildlife artist and il­lus­tra­tor Charley Harper. The 6" x 6" tile is $70. Have it framed in quar­ter-sawn oak for a to­tal price of $200. From Motawi Tile­works, (734) 213-0017, motawi.com

Col­ors of Spring

Matt Brown cre­ates color wood­block prints us­ing the Ja­panese hanga method. Each print is hand-rubbed with up to 10 blocks (one for each color). From an edi­tion of 300, “Rain over Squam Lake” mea­sures 7" x 16". It’s $220. From Matt Brown Wood­block Prints, (603) 795-4619, ooloo­press.com

Sky Blue Flow­ers

Janet Starr’s 12" x 18" Flo­ral Azul mu­ral is rep­re­sen­ta­tive of the artist’s work in re­lief-dec­o­rated cuenca-style stoneware tile. The mu­ral con­sists of six 6" x 6" tiles. As shown, it costs $228. From Craftsman Tiles by Fea­ture Tile, (831) 475-4602, crafts­man­tiles.com

Coastal Pine Lan­tern

Laird Plum­leigh de­signs and hand­molds ar­chi­tec­tural ceram­ics from land­scape tile and pot­tery to foun­tains and gar­den or­na­ment. Of­ten dis­play­ing a Ja­panese in­flu­ence in­ter­twined with Cal­i­for­nia mo­tifs, lanterns are priced from $825 to $3,000 and up. The Stu­dio of Laird Plum­leigh, (760) 9426051, laird­plum­leigh.com

Just Add Land

At 356 square feet, the one-bed­room Lor­ing Cot­tage kit house comes fully loaded with full-size range, dish­washer, and tan­k­less wa­ter heater. It costs $29,500. It also comes in loft, stu­dio, and two- and three-bed­room ver­sions ($22,500 to $58,000). From Tum­ble­weed Tiny House Co., (877) 331-8469, tum­ble­weed­houses.com

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