The Arts and Crafts Movement Continues
VOL. II, NO. 2
Archive of Sears Roebuck Kit Houses
Blog of the Month
In the spirit of the societies created during the early 20th century in response to the Arts and Crafts Movement, this site has been created to provide an online "home" for the present-day Arts & Crafts Movement community. We offer a range of historical and contemporary sources on the Arts & Crafts Movement as well as an active forum, bookstore, and marketplace.
Interior Design 1905-1915
What did the inside of the bungalow look like? Did the house originally have electricity and indoor plumbing? Take a look at our collection of images showing every room in the house.More...
A Rustic Bungalow
How much did a house cost in 1908? Read this article from the era. "For an expenditure of $1,000, it would be difficult to obtain better results than are shown in this thoroughly artistic and convenient little bungalow of five rooms, bath, veranda, screen porch, and roomy attic."More ...
The Come-Packt Furniture Company
Imagine a company that sells furniture in pieces that you take home in a big flat box and put together yourself. Not that hard to do is it? No, our company name doesn't start with an "I". It is the Come-Packt Furniture Company of Ann Arbor, MI. Established in 1907. More ...
The Mission Motif
The Mission Motif offers a huge online catalog of today's finest craftsman home furnishings. Mission style furniture, Arroyo Craftsman Lighting, prairie style rugs, Arts & Crafts pottery, fine art, and mission style accessories.
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