Naulakha (Rudyard Kipling House
Author Rudyard Kipling, who reportedly knew William Morris, commissioned architect Henry Marshall to design a Shingle style house for him in 1892. Although some of his best known work was produced when he lived at Naulakha, Kipling moved his family back to England in 1896, after which the house fell into disrepair. It has since been restored to how it appeared when Kipling lived in it. However, it is only open to the public on special occasions.
Dummerston, Vermont 05301
Steven Thomas, Inc.
We deal in a full range of Arts & Crafts period artwork–woodblock prints, paintings and other graphic arts–in all price ranges and styles. We do shows and issue a yearly catalog. We can also be reached, by appointment, in our offices in Vermont.
Woodstock, Vermont 05091
William Laberge Cabinetmaker, Inc.
William Laberge makes custom furniture, taking inspiration from the Arts & Crafts movement and adapting it for contemporary living. Details include ebony and silver inlay, hand carved components and a meticulous hand rubbed finish.
Dorset, Vermont 05251