20,117 Bungalow Home Design Photos

Studio Momentum Architects, PC
5 Reviews
renovation
Ideabooks2,648
Questions4
blend of bungalow style with modern design.
little modern bungalow
Modernized Bungalow...bungalow metal roof...Reno'd bungalow...Fresh bungalow
“Widened porch steps and open front if porch” — carolina523
Evens Architects
5 Reviews
Santa Monica Beach House
Ideabooks3,423
Questions0
Bungalow size can be deceiving without a garage
Bungalow Style: Gable roofing, large front porch.
Bungalow: Features: horizontal shape, covered front porch, low- pitched roof.
bungalow style, porch
white craftsman bungalow
Craftsman or bungalow
upper window modern bungalow
Bungalow Home...modern bungalow...Bungalow house
“Porch lighting” — carolina523
Shelley Gardea
Spanish Bungalow
Ideabooks4,459
Questions7
Hi there! I'm glad you like the home, but I don't have a detailed plan of this home. I photographed this cute bungalow. The homeowners took down a major wall in the kitchen so it's been altered from the original. Wish I could help, but good luck with your home.
I have a thing for bungalows.
very typical of an early California Spanish bungalow. Two large potted spiral topiaries frame the porch.
You don't have to have an expansive vacation-like home to use Adirondacks. These two create a cozy hangout on the tiny front porch of this stucco bungalow.
This small Spanish bungalow has the asymmetrical facade, stucco exterior, heavy wood door, arches and brick accents of the larger homes. Flat roofs were more common in Spanish bungalows and were influenced by simple colonial homes. Unlike the builders of
“Topiary plants and awnings” — mauser13
Meriwether Inc
5 Reviews
Morningside bungalow
Ideabooks8,461
Questions7
This 1919 bungalow was lovingly taken care of but just needed a few things to make it complete. The owner, an avid gardener wanted someplace to bring in plants during the winter months. This small addition accomplishes many things in one small footprint. This potting room, just off the dining room, doubles
potting room addition to a 1919 bungalow includes classic double-hung windows above a potting bench and inward-opening hopper windows below. The lower windows allow for extra air circulation in the room, which aids plant growth … and they look stunning! Works with: Bungalow, traditional
potting room addition to a 1919 bungalow includes classic double-hung windows above a potting bench and inward-opening hopper windows below. The lower windows allow for extra air circulation in the room, which aids plant growth … and they look stunning!Works with: Bungalow, traditionalTell us: Which of
“Love” — Debbie House_Anthony
Moore Architects, PC
Porter Street Bungalow
Ideabooks6,849
Questions8
well maintained bungalows of the late 19th century. Residential streets are distinguished by the most significant craftsman icon, the front porch. Porter Street Bungalow was different. The stucco walls on the right and left side elevations were the first indication of an original bungalow form. Yet the
I am currently renovating a 1924 Bungalow in Greenville SC. I am very interested in finding out all the colors on the exterior of this house. Including the trim and sash color. Can you help
I love the look of the black windows and and trying to decide if they fit with my 1922 bungalow. It looks wonderful in these photos.
“patio door design” — ellen9182
POC+P architects
Croydon Make-over
Ideabooks36
Questions0
The California bungalow (1915 to 1940)
homeowners can easily add a carport or garage if their Bungalow does not already have one.
6. The California bungalow (1915 to 1940)Australian’s were ‘California dreaming’ in the period between World War I and World War II – ‘California Bungalow dreaming’, that is. As the most popular style of housing
California Bungalow represented a modern lifestyle, and today they are renovated with traditional and contemporary finishes. Here are three common characteristics of these homes that allow them to be easily updated for contemporary living and chic design.1. Room to moveCalifornia Bungalows were usually
housing during the interwar period, California Bungalows popped up in newly-developed suburbs across the country. Like Australia, California was a warm and youthful region, seen as a model for what modern Australia hoped to become. As building boomed in Australia in the early 20th century, architects and
“The California bungalow (1915 to 1940)” — The Project Centre - Narre Warren
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Addition and Remodel of HIstoric House in Palo Alto
Ideabooks808
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Entry Elevation; Historic bungalow on right, linked by new one story entry to 2 story addition on left. Photograph by David Wakely. Contractor: Young & Burton, Inc.
We have a historic Queen Anne/bungalow in Napa and are looking for an exterior paint color such as this blue.
two story addition to hip roof bungalow.
one story bungalow connected to a two story
Entry Elevation; Historic bungalow on right, linked by new one story entry to 2 story addition on left. Photograph by David Wakely
The original, historic house is on the right; the one-story structure in the middle connects the bungalow to the two-story addition on the left."I start every visit in the linking structure. The entry is modest and understated," says Schwabe.
“porch” — Niki Mann
Mina Brinkey
5 Reviews
My Houzz: McGeachy Residence
Ideabooks1,703
Questions2
Isn't this also what is known as a Craftsman style house? What differentiates a Craftsman from a Bungalow?
A craftsman is just a type of bungalow. "Bungalow" is a general term and there are many different styles.
The bungalow sports a wraparound porch: Leveled garden
An old bungalow!! Love love it!!
Bayshore neighborhood Tampa Florida 1917 bungalow
Bungalow style house. Features- low pitched roof, stone and wood exterior, and high windows
The bungalow sports a wraparound porch and rock-covered columns.“It’s a privilege to raise a family in a true neighborhood setting,” Christy says. “We all look out for one another, and there is a strong sense of community.”
“Pretty impressive bungalow!” — gennye
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