Also have been surfing the web to find Arts and Crafts fonts and images to use to decorate our house - I am a HUGE fan of 30's Modernism (Bauhaus, Le Corbusier, Richard Neutra), and my ideal living environment would be a very stark, white and glass walled space populated with beautiful modernist furniture reproductions (or originals, since we're talking ideals :). However, we have a great house which was built in the 1920's - its got some attractive molding, lots of light, nice period details. Doesn't lend itself to the minimalist thing though - and adhering to a strictly Modernist look wouldn't really take advantage of the skills of my decorative painter wife :) Arts and Crafts is a nice middle ground - spare, yet with a liberal use of color which allows for a lot of coordination with other furnishings and details. Every door has a glass transom over it, including the front door, so I am exploring designs for the front door which will work our house number into a coherently themed decorative design. This site has some good designs which I think I can work into the transom and carry through to other rooms of the house.
As I edit this, I'm appalled at how my rum intake has destroyed my ability to type (attention: that was a disclaimer, so if you see any typos - blame Bacardi :) I must say that this Reserve compares to any scotch I've had - mixed with a little water and ice, this stuff will hold its own against any 12 year old (scotch that is - 12 year olds these days could probably drink my ass under the table).
OK, I better burn these CDs and get my drunk ass to bed. I could surely use a 4 day weekend every single week.