Warm color and strong texture define the new Prairie Arts & Crafts kitchen.
■ The historic art-glass windows remain unchanged, and their square motif became a decorative element that repeats in new work. Other details come from the original house or Prairie School precedent.
■ Light fixtures were custom-made to complement the original architect-designed fixtures still in the house.
■ Although small bedrooms were combined, walls stayed in place. A few partitions were added to create privacy alcoves for the water closet and custom shower.
■ The large porcelain soaking tub all but defines baths of this era.
■ Stone plinths keep wood casings away from tile floors for easy cleaning.
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ABOVE In the master bath, the sinkcabinet doors repeat a detail seen in original windows. LEFT The master bath is nicely partitioned for privacy.BEFORE Five tiny bedrooms upstairs were reconfigured to allow for larger bedrooms and two baths.