Tag Archives: Frank Lloyd Wright

Craftsman-Style Floor Treatments

Craftsman-Style Floor Treatments

Their Care, Preservation, and Staying True When Replacing Them By John Robison of The Craftsman Homes Connection “Bring out the nature of the materials. Let their nature intimately into your scheme.” – Frank Lloyd Wright We often give a lot of thought to window treatments, but how often do we consider floor treatments? Since floors […]

The Kalo Shop

The Kalo Shop

Timeless Handwrought Beauty by Maxine Carter-Lome Much has been written about Arts & Crafts furniture, architecture, and ceramics, and such icons of the movement as Stickley, Newcomb, Van Briggle, and Frank Lloyd Wright, among others. Less is known and has been written about Arts & Crafts metalwork. Apart from Tiffany, Georg Jensen, and Arthur J. […]

Publisher's Corner: February 2017

Publisher's Corner: February 2017

“… remember the Ladies” by Maxine Carter-Lome When we think about the American Arts & Crafts Movement, we tend to think of such influencers as Gustav Stickley, Elbert Hubbard, and Frank Lloyd Wright, among others. Rarely do the names of women come readily to mind, despite their contributions to the Movement as artists and artisans, […]

Ken’s Korner: Frank Lloyd Wright home will survive

Ken’s Korner: Frank Lloyd Wright home will survive News & Views From the World of Antiques & Collectibles By Ken Hall A home in Phoenix, Ariz., that was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1952 for his son David and daughter-in-law has been spared the wrecking ball. The home’s owner had planned to demolish the […]