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Simple Living in Santa Barbara

by Brian D. Coleman
Their bungalow isn’t big, even with an upstairs rear addition. But with a pleasing plan and period details, it has been a charming family home.
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Drawn to a Rescue

by Regina Cole
Charmed by the diminutive house down the street, a couple embarks on its restoration, reversing a mid-century Colonial-style remodeling.
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A Bungalow Worth the Wait!

by Thomas Shess
Once rather a mess, this 1915 San Diego bungalow was restored over a period of 25 years. Lots of DIY labor produced stunning results.
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Laced in Wisteria, by Boulders Braced

by Sarah Hilbert
Designed by renowned architect Sylvanus Marston, the 1912 Lacey House is a dignified presence on a shady corner in Pasadena.
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Bungalow Between Eras

by Brian D. Coleman
Not the typical Craftsman house, this transitional bungalow has elements of Victorian Shingle Style. It offers the elegance of the late 19th century with the honesty of Arts & Crafts design.
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An Artistic House, Every Inch Beloved

by Brian D. Coleman
Santa Barbara is deservedly popular—as housing prices testify. With a good eye, this couple made a tiny bungalow a thing of beauty.
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Bungalow Bold trim enlivens the shingled exterior of this 1909 Wilson Plan bungalow.

Plan No. 382: A Model Bungalow

by Sarah Hilbert
Grace, beauty and comfort can be found in this 1909 California bungalow.
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Bungalow An open floor plan, circa 1906

Myths of the Open Floor Plan

by Charity Vogel
Like solitude and quiet, walls and closed doors aren’t always bad.
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Bungalow Decorative half-timbering on this gable hints at an English look.

Bungalow Gables

by Patricia Poore
There’s just no label, or precedence, for some of the gable ornaments and trim dreamed up by carpenters of the Arts & Crafts era.
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Bungalow Nothing made more of a difference to the property than the switch from bland anonymity to landscaped welcome, both out front and in the family’s back yard.

From Bland to Bungalow

by Patricia Poore
Built new on the footprint of a nondescript ranch, the project has character and scale, and a new spatial sense for the property’s approach. Check out these dramatic before-and-after shots.
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Bungalow Fanciful woodwork and generous windows are original to the house, built of arroyo stone and wood shingles.

A Well Tended Bungalow

by Sarah Hilbert
An Easterner discovers California’s allure as she restores a modest house with very nice details and ample space for living outdoors.
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