BUNGALOW _ Renovation and Addition

This 1910 bungalow has been completely renovated from the inside out. A small room off the back was removed and a slightly larger addition was put on housing a mudroom and bathroom. Preserving the small backyard for entertaining and relaxing space.
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The front exterior of this bungalow was rebuilt to accommodate a family of five's needs without loosing the integrity of a bungalow. By raising the roof 22" three bedrooms, a bathroom and small family room was added to the second floor. Pre-finished double-dipped Maibec, Kennebec shingles in Sea Moss Green providing low maintenance and quality siding. The side yard is planted...More
“sea moss green” — bfoster_55
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The front yard is landscaped with geranium ground covers, solomon seal and granite birdbaths that are surrounded by miscanthis grasses that create a "fence" from the side walk. The lollipop cherry trees provide balance, interest and privacy from those walking down the sidewalk.
“Paint color” — coffeebug
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The front entrance was created to be inviting and to stay within the bungalow style. This was achieved using a Simpson Fir craftsman door with bead board and dentils and featuring a Hubbarton Forge light fixture in copper and froze finish.
“Shake siding” — Bridgett Petzoldt
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This Oil Rubbed Bronze finished Emtek Arts & Crafts lever with interior Lancaster knobs to match all interior knobs compliments the Simpson Fir door for high quality and welcoming feel.
“Emtek hardware: Homesteadhardware.com” — moorets4
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Juxtaposing the newly renovated siding and antique bench with vases and flowers. Grab a blanket on the way out to the beach.
“simplicity” — girlfriend1395
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The front porch is a place to relax, people watch and be social while enjoying the front gardens. The mahogany decking adds warmth and beauty.
“porch” — Renee Landon
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The original 1910 wood ceiling against the new Hubbarton Forge light fixture in opal glass with bronze finish.
“Lantern” — amybfromga
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A large stone fireplace surrounded by local rocks with lichen and moss hand picked from Cape Neddick, ME landscapers property. Hale Landscapers creates a private flagstone patio with pergola and unique oaises in this city lot.
“overhead structure would look nice out the kitchen patio” — ddlwc61
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Seating around the fireplace and partially under the hemlock provides privacy and a place for plants to climb up the pergola from large pots. The blue water fountain pots provide background white noise.
“Colors” — Barbara Benjamin
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This shed window box accomodates succulants for a rich and constantly green visual.
“Non floral, flower box” — gogohbuffy
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Outside dining is comfortable and convenient on this flagstone patio. The hanging lantern candle light provide ambience in the evenings.
“Nice Outdoor Dining” — Eve Greditzer
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A wonderfully relaxing dining space overlooking the fireplace created with large stones and raised up to get a visual of the fireplace from both the outside and the inside of the house.
“hanging lantern” — Jenelle Vail
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Multiple large outdoor planters house grasses and other tall & low plants to provide privacy and barrier for cars at the end of the driveway. These pots are moved during the winter for safe keeping and the wintering of plants so that the driveway can extend and cars can park closer to the mudroom door. Note: this is a wonderful and beautiful way to get privacy while living in t...More
“Pots” — jenspencer98
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“Nice patio” — northwestside
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This shed houses multitudes of necessarities for a family. Besides the functionality - we find it quite pleasant to look at! Note the shelf on the side that functions as a planting shelf or a bar during a party!
“Lots of rock around shed” — virginias
“Window Box” — Joy Boven
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A mix of geranium ground cover, nenomie and hostas surround the millstone feature.
“Another millstone use” — Michael Colligon
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This craftsman fir screen door with copper screen from Vintage Doors and Hubbarton Forge light fixture provide a welcoming and functional approach to the house.
“colors” — capejam
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The mudroom has two doors. One from the patio and the other from the driveway making the mudroom functional and friendly.
“Off a hone” — rchimel
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The little storage area holds a garbage can and several recycling bins. Convenient to the back door and kitchen, this becomes a wonderful solution when a garage is not an option. The overhang was created for coverage from weather as entering the home and accommodates a copper gutter.
“cool stone steps” — dkl_house
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Open concept kitchen into dining room and living room. During the renovation several walls and the chimney was removed in order to create an open concept in a relatively small space. The antique "Nun's Table" with added wheels to raise it to the proper height, adds flexibility and acts as an island. The floor is painted with organic shapes for interest.
“I like the flow.” — kathychapde
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The walls between the traditional rooms have been removed along with the existing chimney to creat a more functional and open space. An accent copper wall in the living room is a "surprise" when walking in the door since it is not noticed until turning around. The low height wall and half column by the front door are new additions to the home but made to look old, creating a we...More
“color palette on walls and furnishings, front door” — kssr87
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Entry wall was removed and a new half wall and column we added for a more welcoming feel. Note: The office pocket door.
“front door solution.” — syoshimizu
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Every inch was utilized in this renovation for function and storage. This studded wall was finished with bead board to provide storage for vases and candles. This pocket door functions as the hallway to the Master bedroom and basement. The painted avocado green cabinets add a more contemporary feel to the kitchen.
“Built in and colors” — Fame
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Detail of vase storage inside the studded wall.
“Shelves” — emilyeshell
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Reclaimed antique doors were added when the opposing bedroom closet was closed off and flipped to become storage space in the kitchen. The doors are from an old office building in Boston and still had tobacco stains on the antique glass. The fir doors in the mudroom beyond house provide a shallow pantry for spices and canned goods. The light fixture from www.eurolighting.co...More
“pantry doors” — cyril77
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These reclaimed doors stand 95" tall reaching up to the ceiling and providing complete access to storage.
“Oldhouseparts.com” — karleebadenhop
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This mudroom functions as a multi-purpose room. It is an office, pantry, laundry & bathroom (off the this hallway) and storage, storage, storage. With fir wood was used on the doors and trim as well as ceiling for a warm feel. Radiant heat keeps the flagstone tile warm and dry in the winter. And the shelf acts as the "family control center" complete with plugs for charging devi...More
“short wall” — sguest35
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The mudroom houses functional drawers within the stairs.
“stability of risers” — Skye
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Functional desk in the mudroom for computer and keeping the family organized overlooks the backyard. Custom made out of fir.
“Big fan of beadboard” — Eve Greditzer
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There was an existing window in the kitchen before adding the mudroom which remains as an opening for light and to pass items through from the mudroom. Storage shelves for backpacks, shoes and scarves store opposite a closet which has two shelves for shoes and boots at the bottom, hanging shelf for coats and two more storage shelves above. In order to maximize storage, Simpso...More
“Gooy” — jelena30
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Hubbarton Forge sconce with patina copper finish in the mudroom provides soft and inviting light. This copper light fixture also compliments the copper tub in the next room.
“Interesting light” — Eve Greditzer
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This reclaimed newel post, railing, balusters and treads provide a rich, historical feel and appreciation to this 1910 Bungalow. Using reclaimed items (in this home we also used bead board and doors from Old House Parts in Kennebunk, Maine.) is a way of not only being environmentally friendly but utilizing the classic beauty and strength of products from the past.
“relcaimed newel post” — kbecker3700
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This reclaimed 5-panel door was refinished and antique glass from a church was modified to fit into the existing glass opening. The utilization of the inside light panel allows light into the room while maintaining privacy since it is used now as an interior pocket door.
“something like this on top? or do we need to match other doors?” — brendapete
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The kids bathroom was created to functional and fun. With circular glass tile above the shower and cubbies for storage. Due to building code, the front of all fixtures must be 6' height so adding a shelf behind the toilet for storage allowed for necessary bath layout.
“Storage” — leamcdermid
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By raising the roofline 22" and restructing the floor joists and adding 2 shed dormers and a back gable dormsers we were able to get 3 bedrooms, a bathroom and upstairs family room. Utilizing every square inch for either living space or storage. This front dormer was the only original dormer and preserved nicely. The window seat has storage below.
“light” — jensie73
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This bedroom spans the length of the 18' dormer. With 5 windows it creates a "tree house" feel. The shades are simple roman shades from Lowes and then added ribbon from Portsmouth Fabric Co. for interest.
“like the pink and gray accents” — kstephens013
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The second floor family room is a bonus space created by the gable dormer. The sofas (Restoration Hardware) fit into the knee walls and the lights (eurolighting.com) are hung at different heights as progressing down the stairs. The orange wall is really only visible walking up the stairs and from the second floor adding a surprise, color and interest.
“second floor family room/bonus space” — kbecker3700
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Utilizing the square shape in the sink and faucet and repeated in the door hardware. The floor tile is flagstone and repeated in different cut and size outside on the patio.
“Love the tile” — marguita19
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The mirror reflects the Simpson Fir 8'0" doors that house laundry. The fir doors and ceiling create a warmth along with the radiant heated tile floors. The wall tile is pillowed neutral tones at 5'-0" ht. wainscoting for a contemporary yet functional effect.
“Tile” — marguita19
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This deep copper tub is a treat to relax in during the winter since copper keeps the water at a constant temperature. The Graff faucet also has a hand-held shower.
“For Scott.” — roxanaboudreau
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This unique concrete tiled wall provides depth and movement by varied shapes and sizes as well as a three dimensional quality.
“concrete tiles?” — snappercreek
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This shed was built after the much loved door of Juniper River Building had to be replaced due to too much commercial use. Amy Dutton and her husband Brooks Murphy bought the building in Kittery in 2006 and renovated the single family 1860's home into a unique commercial property. After falling in love with this house and door, it was hard to say, "good-bye" so we decided to ha...More
“door” — cayemsie
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The original antique hardware. Claudia Kaerner Photography
“hardware” — ladypoi
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Who wouldn't love to get their mail this way? The only thing is that the rain can get delivered this way too, but we still enjoy it! Claudia Kaerner Photography
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