Art may be described, evaluated, and interpreted by its form. Craft is defined most often simply by its functional manifestation. Art does not function, really. Its purpose is to engage with the senses in other ways. Between art and craft, between form and function, it is integrity that is most sought, most valued. Integrity suggests, boldly, loudly, a lack of contrivance. Integrity is upright, honest, pure, entire; appearing as it is, being as it appears. This home, in its artfulness, in its handicraft, in its unflinching adherence to excellence, is truly one-of-a-kind.