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NEWER HOMES BORROW ARTS & CRAFTS ELEMENTS TO CAPTURE COZY AND WARM FEEL

By Jeffrey Steele
Special to the Tribune
Published October 7, 2005


Warm, comfortable and cozy are words that homeowners increasingly are using to describe the house they're seeking to live in, opting for well-crafted details and natural finishes over two-story foyers and echoey great rooms, say architects and builders. That has led to a revival of the Arts & Crafts-style houses, first built from about 1905 to 1930, in the city and the suburbs.
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