27,783 brick bungalow Exterior Design Photos

Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Seattle, WA: Lisa Hebner
Ideabooks4,986
Questions4
Perfect color palette. Bungalows were never meant to be "bright", they look best in earthy, muted & natural tones. What a spot-on job!!!
brick pillars - may tie in nicely with pavers? Stucco above?
like the warmth the red brick gives the gray
a Craftsman bungalow, a popular style for Seattle homes. The bungalow aesthetic was a reaction to the fussiness of the Victorian period and is characterized by clean lines, gabled roofs, deep eaves with exposed rafter ends and generous porches. This neighborhood is filled with bungalows painted in t
Front-Gabled Craftsman HomesThis Seattle house has a full-width porch stretching from one outside end post to the other. The square posts rest atop brick piers that rise to a height just slightly above the porch railing. Many variations of the post and pier are found on Craftsman houses, as illustrated
“Nice added "Energy' effect created by the very slight tapering of that header/trim over the porch.” — craftsmanjonathan
Brennan + Company Architects
10 Reviews
a house in a garden
Ideabooks15,180
Questions7
I would love some thoughts on an exterior window trim colour. We are replacing all of our windows to our 1950's bungalow and would like to consider some colour - anything but white or black. thank you!
Similar color,on brick and shingles, but not exact. Could be achieved by color matching existing siding.
painted brick same color as siding
“Grey-green outside color” — Nancy Wilson Wise
Chrysalis: Home Studio
4 Reviews
front elevation
Ideabooks299
Questions0
Photo: Chris Manske, Architect
“631” — Ginger S. Matthews
Michael Knorr
1 Review
Michael Knorr
Ideabooks2,030
Questions1
Designed to be compatible with the older bungalow-style homes characteristic of the neighborhood. Phot:Rob Munger
Half brick. Half rod iron rail.
Brick posts w/ metal railing between - raised
House nice design. Different color brick better
build out to sidewalk w/brick wall & iron fencing works; might be an option for remodel on bungalow; not inclined to have front facing, upper balcony element
“SEMISÓLIDO” — di9193
Mosby Building Arts
38 Reviews
Bungalow Room Addition
Ideabooks4
Questions0
The modest brick bungalow now has a covered front porch with an accessible ramp, an enlarged concrete drive and sidewalks. New siding and brick artfully blends with the original materials, giving an older home a fresh new look. Photo by Toby Weiss of Mosby Building Arts
Bungalow Room Addition
brick bungalow
“rooflines” — lleistico
Kopke Remodeling & Design
1 Review
Rottiers Whole House Remodel
Ideabooks3
Questions0
2012, Diane Rottiers came to us (Kopke Remodeling & Design) with a project. She needed to completely remodel her 1,550 square foot 1939 Eastpointe bungalow. The interior of the home was typical of a house built in that time period: many small rooms divided by walls with narrow doorways, definitely not
Rawlings Design, Inc.
7 Reviews
Dean Residence
Ideabooks148
Questions1
Designed by Eric Rawlings, AIA, LEED AP and built by Arlene Dean. This renovation and restoration of an extensively damaged and run down Craftsman Bungalow was designed for the builder's personal use. This is a classic example of the most prized historic homes in the area built during the 1910's and 1920's
sometimes I really like the cream colored siding... could this color scheme work on our house or is it only cute on bungalow types?
“Colors” — meredithfernandez
Mosby Building Arts
38 Reviews
Bungalow Room Addition
Ideabooks10
Questions0
Over the decades, a St. Louis County bungalow had been altered, but those changes had worn out. The family longed for better flow with more light inside and improved curb appeal outside. Mosby designed a new addition that included rearranging the existing floor plan to create a dining room, family room
more storage space. Outside, the home now has a covered front porch with an accessible ramp, an enlarged concrete drive and sidewalks. New siding and brick artfully blends with the original materials, giving an older home a fresh new look. Photo by Toby Weiss of Mosby Building Arts
“sloped ramp porch rainling” — judie2013
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