Links of Interest

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West
Established in 1940 by America’s greatest architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, Taliesin West was originally intended as a respite from the harsh winters of his home and studio in Spring Green, Wisconsin. Taliesin West evolved into a laboratory where Wright experimented with building materials and design concepts.

American Bungalow
American Bungalow Magazine is published in the interest of preserving and restoring the modest American 20th century home, the Bungalow, and the rich lifestyle it affords.

Arts and Crafts Home and the Revival
A quarterly design history magazine exploring the architecture, objects and people of the Arts & Crafts movement and other international turn-of-the-century styles.

Dard Hunter Studio
Visit the workshop of Dard Hunter III, the source of our quatersawn oak frames and easels.

Fair Trade Federation
The Fair Trade Federation (FTF) is an association of fair trade wholesalers, retailers and producers whose members are committed to providing fair wages and good employment opportunities to economically disadvantaged artisans and farmers worldwide.

An excellant source for copper caps for post ends. Copper post caps not only provide protection, they also add a quality, decorative finish. Also, other useful items made of copper that will preserve and enhance your home.

Sue Johnson Custom Lamps and Shades 
An excellant source for hammered copper lamps and artistic shades.

The Stickley Museum
Visit the website of the world famous home museum of Gustave Stickley.

The Gamble House
Visit the website of the world famous Greene and Greene brothers masterpiece “ultimate bungalow” home museum.