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The idea of the garden as an outdoor living room, a seamless extension of the planning and decoration of the house, was an Arts and Crafts invention. Guided by a rejection of ostentatious display and an insistence on simplicity, craftsmanship, tradition, and a reverence for nature in all its forms, Arts and Crafts designers established a moral agenda in garden-making.

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Hardcover, 208 pages
Published March 15th 1998 by Rizzoli International Publications
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Tammy
This book details the expressions of the arts & crafts movement in the form of gardens and landscapes. There are many lovely photos from cottage gardens of the past and present always with the harmony of nature in mind. The overall result is natural, harmonious, inviting and cozy!
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Less about the design or aesthetics, and more about the history, and surprisngly text heavy. Not the casual browse or overview of the style you may think.
Jenny Schwartz
A mini-coffee table book. Delightful photographs to inspire you. But definitely not a how-to book. Enjoyable.
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