A new magazine for Arts and Crafts enthusiasts will be available on news stands this quarter. Old House Interiors has started a new quarterly magazine titled "Arts and Crafts Homes and the Revival". They explain on their website that:
"Arts & Crafts Homes and the Revival is a new publication that grew out of Old-House Interiors magazine, itself 11 years old and a sister publication to The Old-House Journal, the original restoration magazine begun as a brownstoners' newsletter in 1973 and formerly owned by our editor and publisher. Our magazines have covered post-Victorian architecture since 1980-including Bungalows, American Foursquares, Prairie School-influenced houses, Sears and other planbook homes, English and Colonial and Spanish Revival houses. In 2005, Old-House Interiors did a pilot issue about the Arts and Crafts Revival, which met with resounding success both in the numbers of copies sold through the newsstand and in advertiser response. So we launched Arts & Crafts Homes as a separate quarterly, vowing to include contemporary practitioners of Arts and Crafts as well as covering the historical antecedents of the continuing movement."
We look forward to perusing this new addition to magazine racks and reporting back on what they will be covering in the coming months.