Period Rooms for Museum Exhibitions


Gustav Stickley and the American Arts and Crafts Movement, Dallas Museum of Art; Newark Museum

Re-creation of dining room designed by Gustav Stickley for 1903 Syracuse Arts and Crafts Exhibition.


Doves and Dreams, Hunterian Museum, Glasgow; Tate Liverpool

Re-creation of room designed by Frances and Herbert McNair for 1902 International Exhibition of Modern Decorative Art, Turin.


International Arts and Crafts, Victoria & Albert Museum; San Francisco Museum of Art; Indianapolis Museum of Art

Re-creation of 1903 living room, based on original blueprints from Gustav Stickley’s Craftsman workshop; reconfigured and permanently installed at Dallas Museum of Art.


The Arts and Crafts Movement in Europe and America: Design for the Modern World, LA County Museum, Los Angeles; Milwaukee Art Museum

Re-creation of room designed in 1903 by Peter Behrens for the Wertheim Department Store; permanently installed at Musée de la Colonie d’Artistes, Darmstadt, Germany.


Leading the “Simple Life”: The Arts and Crafts Movement in Britain, Wolfsonian Museum, Miami, FL

Re-creation of room designed in 1900 by M. H. Baillie Scott for Glencrutchery on the Isle of Man.

Exhibition Installation Elements, Art Institute of Chicago

James McNeil Whistler
Ancient West Mexico
Charles Rennie Mackintosh

The Ancient Americas