Updating classic american bungalows
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"Bungalows "is a unique combination of outstanding designs and proven ideas for renovating, remodeling, and building a bungalow style home.
Bungalows often had rich wood flooring, double-hung windows and exposed wood beams in the ceiling.
Woodwork was used extensively and should be either painted white or cream, or stained to allow the natural grain to show.
Gustav Stickley, the original designer of craftsman homes and furniture, wrote that he wanted his home designs "to substitute the luxury of taste for the luxury of costliness; to teach that beauty does not imply elaboration or ornament; to employ only those forms and materials which make for simplicity, individuality and dignity of effect." Bungalows united simplicity and artistry, and they were one of the first home styles that seemed truly American.Featuring over 20 case studies of updated homes and bungalows built from scratch, the book is illustrated with inspiring original photography and before and after floor plans. Caren Connolly and architect Louis Wasserman, both graduates of Harvard's School of Design, share a passion for American design and an architectural studio in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.Om je de best mogelijke ervaring te geven, gebruiken we cookies en soortgelijke technologieën voor prestaties, analyses, personalisatie, advertenties en om de site te helpen functioneren. Sommige van de technologieën die we gebruiken zijn noodzakelijk voor essentiële functies zoals veiligheid en integriteit van de site, authenticatie van account, veiligheids- en privacy-voorkeuren, interne gegevens aangaande gebruik en onderhoud, en om ervoor te zorgen dat de site correct werkt voor browsen en transacties."It's basically a trend that's coming back in," said Steve Jensen, owner of a construction company that built a new development in Tacoma, Wash., filled with 0,000 homes with bungalow shape and craftsman touches."We've kind of modified it to the new market," Jensen said, referring to the spacious kitchens and vaulted ceilings you'd never find in a true bungalow. Confidential" and "Devil in a Blue Dress." They spread throughout the country and the world.