Arts and crafts
A 19th-century movement in architecture and design that reacted
against the Industrial Revolution by promoting a return to beautiful, handcrafted objects.
The manifestation of the Arts and Crafts style in the United States, it occurred primarily with architecture and furniture design and emphasized clean, straight lines, natural materials, handmade carpentry
Cloth made by weaving or knitting.
The design of objects that are both beautiful and useful. Could include furniture, jewelry, and pottery, among other things.
Total Work of art
The idea that all of the elements in a space (the furniture, fabrics, wall treatment, lamps and other accessories) are designed to work together to create a harmonious and aesthetically pleasing space.
Gamble House; Creative Commons: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:GambleHouse-2005_edit1.jpg Adjustable Chair; Public Domain (PD-1923): http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Adjustable-Back_Chair_No._2342,_Gustav_Stickley,_1900-1904_-_IMG_1632.JPG Gustav Desk; Creative Commons: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:WLA_brooklynmuseum_Gustav_Stickley_Desk_ca_1904.jpg Embroidered panel Morris and Company; Public Domain Gustav Desk; Creative Commons: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:WLA_brooklynmuseum_Gustav_Stickley_Desk_ca_1904.jpg