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Stickley, Gustav, 1858-1942. / Craftsman homes
(1909)

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A Pleasant and Homelike Cottage Designed for a Small Family...............................76
A Country Clubhouse that Is Built like a Log Cabin........................................79
A Plain Little Cabin that Would Make a Good Summer Home in the Woods    
  .      .  . .
A Bungalow Built around a Courtyard Facing the Water......................................83
A Rustic Cabin that Is Meant for a Week-end Cottage or a Vacation Home....................85
A Bungalow Designed for a Mountain Camp or Summer Home            .   . .
                86
A Convenient Bungalow with Separate Kitchen and Open Air Dining Room......................88
A Cottage Planned with a Special Idea to Economical Heating...............................92
A Cottage that Comes within the Limits of Very Moderate Means     .     
                 93
A Country House that Was Originally Planned for a Mountain Camp...........................95
Porches, Pergolas and Terraces: The Charm of Living Out of Doors .      
              .  97
The Effective Use of Cobblestones as a Link between House and Landscape..................102
Beautiful Garden Gates: The Charm that Is Always Found in an Interesting
Approach to an
   Enclosure  ...........................................................................109
The Natural Garden: Some Things that Can Be Done when Nature Is Followed
instead of
   Thwarted   .   .......................................................................113
What May Be Done with Water and Rocks in a Little Garden.................................119
Halls and Stairways: Their Importance in the General Scheme of a Craftsman
House .     . 125
The Living Room: Its Many Uses and the Possibilities It Has for Comfort and
Beauty.    . 129
The Dining Room as a Center of Hospitality and Good Cheer................................137
A Convenient andjWell-Equlpped Kitchen that Simplifies the Housework.....................142
The Treatment of Wall Spaces so that a Room Is in Itself Complete and Satisfying
.   . . 144
Floors that Complete the Decorative Scheme of a Room.....................................149
An Outline of Furniture-Making in this Country Showing the Place of Craftsman
Furniture
   in the Evolution of an American Style  ...............................................151
Willow Chairs and Settles which Harmonize with the More Severe and Massive
Furniture
 Made of Oak.............................................................................160
Craftsman Metal Work: Designed and Made According to the Same Principles
that Rule the
   Furniture  .   .  .  .
The Kind of Fabrics and Needlework that Harmonize with and Complete the Craftsman
   Decorative Scheme    .  ..............................................................165
Home Training in Cabinet Work .         .................................................169
Our Native Woods and Their Treatment .                                . .
 .           . 185
The Craftsman Idea.......................................................................194


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