Arts & Crafts Homes

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Overview

Arts & Crafts Homes – – the lively website and our annual Resource Guide – – cover both the original movement and the ongoing revival in a comprehensive way. We provide expert advice on all aspects of home: kitchen and bathrooms to carpet, fine furniture and pottery, to millwork, roofing, doors and windows, plumbing, floors, hardware and lighting. The Resource Guide, now a larger annual “bookazine” with enhanced editorial chapters and beautiful photography, helps Arts & Crafts aficionados find the artisans and products to help them build, renovate, and decorate their bungalow, Craftsman, Prairie, Tudor Revival, or Arts & Crafts Revival home.

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The Arts & Crafts Homes audience is loyal, affluent and wonderfully unique.

Perhaps the most targeted segment of our old-house audience, the Arts & Crafts Homes audience is a wonderfully unique group. Many are actively building or restoring their dream Arts and Crafts home (not just reading and collecting).

With heroes like William Morris, John Ruskin, and Frank Lloyd Wright, this affluent market segment is the perfect audience for high-end products, lifestyle goods, Arts-and-Crafts-inspired textiles, preservation/restoration/authentic products, and travel destinations as well as everyday goods and services.

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Female Audience Male Audience Average Income College Education
Female
Audience:

77%
Male
Audience:

23%
Average
Income:

$111K
College
Education:

92%

Perhaps the most targeted segment of our old-house audience, the Arts & Crafts Homes audience is a wonderfully unique group. Many are actively building or restoring their dream Arts and Crafts home (not just reading and collecting).

With heroes like William Morris, John Ruskin, and Frank Lloyd Wright, this affluent market segment is the perfect audience for high-end products, lifestyle goods, Arts-and-Crafts-inspired textiles, preservation/restoration/authentic products, and travel destinations as well as everyday goods and services.

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Advertising pages supported by editorial coverage for a specific product category offers a unique opportunity for targeted exposure. Each 1/9 page 4-color ad is free to qualified advertisers with a display ad and available for purchase. In addition, Revival Market enjoys special distribution to our opt-in e-subscribers.*

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Arts & Crafts Homes celebrates the revival of this time-honored style, and covers it more broadly than competing magazines. Arts & Crafts Homes provides expert advice and highlights all aspects of the home, from kitchen and bathrooms to carpet, fine furniture and pottery, to millwork, roofing, doors and windows, plumbing, floors, hardware and lighting. In every issue: how-to articles, collecting, new construction, gardens and landscape, architectural style, restoration and decorated interiors.

This year we’ve added a special resource guide issue to help Arts & Crafts aficionados find the products that will help them build, renovate and decorate their Arts & Crafts home.

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Special Edition

THE ARTS & CRAFTS HOME: RESOURCE GUIDE

An annual bonus issue served to subscribers and
specially promoted on the newsstand—assuring avid
response. This is the issue about our advertisers! This
special issue has high retention and pass-along, and
features accessible, pretty editorial with an emphasis
on REVIVAL SOURCES: illustrated listings and
contact information.

Covering Kitchens & Baths; Furniture and Builtins;
Lighting; Hardware & Metalwork; Art Glass; Pottery &
Tile; Wallpaper & Finishes; Textiles; Design/Build.
Arts & Crafts straddles both the renovation
and new-home markets, with pocket markets in small
home,bungalow court, Pacific Northwest, and “green”
building areas. Products shown—art glass lamps,
beautiful pottery, new Mission furniture—are popular
even outside the A&C niche, making this a cross-over
decorating book.

Social Media/eNL cycle:

  • Flooring Materials
  • Around the Hearth
  • Period Roofing & Siding
  • Decorative Accessories
  • FB special: best of today’s revival work

Ad Closing: September 7, 2018
Ad Materials Due: September 21, 2018
On Sale Date: November 27, 2018

Arts & Crafts Homes Editor Patricia Poore

Arts & Crafts Homes and the Revival is the most comprehensive authority on the original Movement and today’s Arts & Crafts Homes and the Revival. It inspires those building, renovating, or furnishing a home in the Arts & Crafts spirit, and celebrates the revival of quality and craftsmanship. The magazine is a beautiful portfolio of the best work, old and new, with original photography and expert advice, along with hundreds of sources. Each issue includes regular departments such as style guides and know-how articles, expansive features on kitchens and baths, new work in the A&C vein, and restorations nationwide.

Arts & Crafts Homes delivers ideas for every budget, an exclusive selection of today’s most beautiful artisan goods, an extensive Expo in print, and, always, intelligent writing that fits the soul of the movement.

Arts & Crafts Homes is the most comprehensive magazine on this period and the only one that regularly covers new houses and today’s revival. The scope ranges from English art movements—think William Morris—through the American Craftsman Movement from Stickley to Wright to Greene & Greene, into the early Modern period and today’s burgeoning revival—the bungalow and beyond.

Regular coverage brings readers hundreds of contemporary resources, showcasing the work not only of past masters, but also of those whose livelihoods are made in creating well-crafted homes, furnishings, and works of art today. Loyal readers are not casual browsers but rather upscale homeowners and professional designers who rely on the magazine as a resource for finding appropriate products. Their affluence and good taste means dedicated, repeat buyers for you.

Arts & Crafts is the most popular historical style used today in new construction. From bungalow courts in Maryland, to high-end houses in Colorado, to a boom in renovation and new construction in the Pacific Northwest, Arts & Crafts is the darling of architects and homebuyers. Take advantage of this cross-over from the renovation market to the new housing market.

Patricia's Signature

Sincerely,
Patricia Poore
Editor, Arts & Crafts Homes

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