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    A Real Find

    If you're into bungalows or craftsman furnishing and decor, this magazine is a "must have". I was thrilled to discover it and read it cover to cover, both for the articles and for the ads, which show hard-to-find items for bungalows by small suppliers as well as big ones.

    The articles cover restored old homes and new ones in the style -- how they are decorated and maintained -- and there are lots of examples of what people have done with their bungalows. There is a newsletter section at the back with pertinent events and information about preservation and bungalow neighborhoods across the country.

    At first I was put off by the price, but...

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    A gem for bungalow lovers

    Not only does this magazine highlight the "before & after" photos of renovating these beautiful houses, they also offer project ideas, tips & techniques, sources for materials, and great historical data as well. We've solved many of the "remuddling" mysteries of our bungalow by relying on ABM. Of equal importance is their online forum--a group of bungalow-friendly individuals from around the country who trade ideas, advice and support. This is an active and knowledgeable community. If you fall in love with the magazine, you can get back issues through the website. It's beautifully done.

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    A beautiful and informative magazine

    I first discovered American Bungalow magazine about a year ago and was instantly hooked! This magazine is full of helpful information for anyone who is interested in the era of the American Arts and Crafts movement (architecture, furniture, and decor). Although I do not own a bungalow house, I would love to someday. It doesn't matter whether your interest in these houses is scholarly or practical. As a woodworker who loves to build classic A&C furniture, I value the magazine for its ability to show me beautiful photographs of this timeless furniture in its natural context - a bungalow house! The ads are a great resource for all things Bungalow and Arts&Crafts,...

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