15,766 bungalow Home Design Photos

Dorothy Howard AIA, Architect
Custom Homes & Remodel/Additions
Ideabooks6,800
Questions12
Craftsman Bungalow!
coastal bungalow; trim; windows
of it: Bungalow....Love bungalow
“Green color and windows.” — sierramist
Vicente Burin Architects
Vicente Burin Architects
Ideabooks236
Questions0
interesting bungalow roofline
Bungalow height issue
Love the bungalow cottage design.
bungalow cottage
“White shutter” — jbb514
Eisner Design LLC
8 Reviews
East Hampton House
Ideabooks2,544
Questions5
Slant roof adjoining to a Bungalow
This is Bungalow Style. It has one story, a large gable roof, and a wide front porch.
“Monotone exterior” — brian_corrie
Orbit Homes
Meridian
Ideabooks2,189
Questions2
exemple d'un bungalow qui nous plait, mais garage beaucoup trop apparent, on en perd presque la maison
a 70"s bungalow maybe
a 70"s Bungalow
“Wall” — alyaatreides
ddArchitect
California Low Profille
Ideabooks2,811
Questions2
midcentury mod bungalow
design for bungalow house
Bungalow exterior...mid-60s bungalow
“midcentury home with stucco” — cktavani
BAAN design
Rauch Residence
Ideabooks468
Questions1
Renovation! Concrete, glass is new with old style bungalow
for a bungalow extension
bungalow addition
“ladrillo claro” — mrivaben
Banta Builders LLC
Historic Home Renovation
Ideabooks1,490
Questions1
little bungalow
“Red brick - Aimee likes the siding color” — bontraj
Moore Architects, PC
Cherry Street Residence
Ideabooks3,887
Questions3
cottage bungalow sat on a narrow straight street with many older homes, all of which meeting the street with a similar dignified approach. This house was the smallest of them all, built in 1922 as a weekend cottage, near the old East Falls Church rail station which provided direct access to Washington
cottage bungalow. Though the owners fell in love with the charm of the original house, their growing family presented an architectural dilemma: how do you significantly expand a charming little 1920’s Craftsman style house that you love without totally losing the integrity that made it so perfect? The
cottage bungalow. Most of the neighborhood houses had been significantly renovated or expanded. Growing this one-story house would certainly not adversely affect the architectural character of the neighborhood. Given that, the house needed to maintain a diminutive scale in order to appear friendly and
“Elevated screen porch” — iirubyii
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