Today, we're combining yesterday's H&G with Saturday's.
Kids' rooms grow up: Allison Serrell, where have you been? We've missed you. (Even though this article is more suited to The Nursery.) For her, decorating kids' rooms is like child's play: A second story by Allison Serrell on kids' rooms, this one on Nest Interior's Anna Stahl
The Cachet of Craft: Steven Winn's (the Chron's Arts & Culture Critic) Commentary on Craft includes this sentence: "While craft may resonate for people in a variety of spiritual and social ways, it can just as easily be seen as another expression of American consumerism and commodification" Old-fashioned charm is great -- but shear walls are pretty nice, too: Arrol Gellner on old versus new houses Design Dilemmas: Sofa swap, added storage unit turn cramped room into a comfortable multimedia setting: Linda Spence helps SF homeowners figure out what to do with their cramped and awkward front room Images: Eric Luse, Walter Kitundu