Date
1909
Publisher
New York: Craftsman Publishing Company
Language
English
Description of Original
205 pages, [4] leaves of plates : illustrations (some color), plans ; 28 cm

  1. [Cover]
  2. [Title Page]
  3. [Epigraph]
  4. Table of contents
  5. [Epigraph]
  6. "The simplification of life:" a chapter from Edward Carpenter's book called "England's ideal"
  7. "The art of building a home": by Barry Parker and Raymond Unwin
  8. A craftsman house founded on the California mission style
  9. An old-fashioned house with the dining room and kitchen in one
  10. A small cottage that is comfortable, attractive and inexpensive
  11. A plain house that will last for generations and need but few repairs
  12. A cottage of cement or stone that is conveniently arranged for a small family
  13. Suburban house designed for a lot having wide frontage but little depth
  14. A very simple and inexpensive cottage built of battened boards
  15. A cement house that shows the decorative use of concrete as a framework
  16. Cement house showing lavish use of half-timber as a decoration
  17. Cement house showing craftsman idea of half-timber construction
  18. A comfortable and convenient house for the suburbs or the country
  19. A craftsman city house designed to accommodate two families
  20. A craftsman farm house that is comfortable, homelike and beautiful
  21. House with court, pergolas, outdoor living rooms and sleeping balconies
  22. The craftsman's house: a practical application of our theories of home building
  23. A small shingled house that shows many interesting structural features
  24. A roomy, inviting farmhouse, designed for pleasant home life in the country
  25. A simple, straightforward design from which many homes have been built
  26. A craftsman house in which tower construction has been effectively used
  27. A concrete cottage designed in the form of a Greek cross to admit more light
  28. A bungalow of irregular form and unusually interesting construction
  29. A roomy, homelike farmhouse for lovers of plain and wholesome country life
  30. A plaster house upon which wood has been liberally used
  31. A farmhouse designed with a long, unbroken roof line at the back
  32. Two inexpensive but charming cottages for women who want their own homes
  33. A log house that will serve either as a summer camp or a country home
  34. A pleasant and homelike cottage designed for a small family
  35. A country clubhouse that is built like a log cabin
  36. A plain little cabin that would make a good summer home in the woods
  37. A bungalow built around a courtyard facing the water
  38. A rustic cabin that is meant for a weekend cottage or a vacation home
  39. A bungalow designed for a mountain camp or summer home
  40. A convenient bungalow with separate kitchen and open air dining room
  41. A cottage planned with a special idea to economical heating
  42. A cottage that comes within the limits of very moderate means
  43. A country house that was originally planned for a mountain camp
  44. Porches, pergolas and terraces: the charm of living out of doors
  45. The effective use of cobblestones as a link between house and landscape
  46. Beautiful garden gates: the charm that is always found in an interesting approach to an enclosure
  47. The natural garden: some things that can be done when nature is followed instead of thwarted
  48. What may be done with water and rocks in a little garden
  49. Halls and stairways: their importance in the general scheme of a craftsman house
  50. The living room: its many uses and the possibilities it has for comfort and beauty
  51. The dining room as a center of hospitality and good cheer
  52. A convenient and well-equipped kitchen that simplifies the housework
  53. The treatment of wall spaces so that a room is in itself complete and satisfying
  54. Floors that complete the decorative scheme of a room
  55. An outline of furniture-making in this country: showing the place of craftsman furniture in the evolution of an American style
  56. Willow chairs and settles which harmonize with the more severe and massive furniture made of oak
  57. Craftsman metal work: designed and made according to the same principles that rule the furniture
  58. The kind of fabrics and needlework that harmonize with and complete the craftsman decorative scheme
  59. Cabinet work for home workers and students who wish to learn the fundamental principles of construction
  60. Our native woods and the craftsman method of finishing them
  61. The craftsman idea of the kind of home environment that would result from more natural standards of life and work
  62. [Cover]