Updating classic american bungalows
Bungalows" provides a history and overview, along with proven, tasteful design solutions for a variety of bungalow-style remodels, additions, renovations, and new construction. Their previous books include two volumes in the "Updating Classic America" series: "Bungalows" and "Ranches.
Includes options for a wide variety of budgets, styles and sizes of homes.
A wooden back porch appears to have been enclosed later to provide a laundry room behind the kitchen.
The original ship-lap siding was shingled over, presumably in the 1950s.
Swiss Chalet Bungalows Have These Features: Built in the Curtis Park neighborhood of Sacramento in 1916, this house had no hallway.This colorful bungalow in Texas has a spacious porch with a wide gable facing the street.Combining a hipped roof with an expansive, gabled front porch, this American Bungalow resembles Modern Home No.208, The Elsmore, from the Sears Modern Homes Mail Order Catalog. Gabled porches were common features on American Bungalows built during this period.Synopsis: The books in this series are filled with design ideas and inspiration for remodeling, renovating, and building houses in classic American architectural styles.