From Engineering on February 29, 2008 in General
Next week, we’re shifting away from Victorian homes to a style that feels a bit more homey. While Victorians often have up to three floors, bungalows are restricted to one level, and sometimes, an additional half storey. The bungalow exudes a quality of both comfort and class. It’s the type of architecture that suits homeowners throughout the world. Bungalows of numerous styles can be found throughout Asia, South Africa, Australia, and of course, North America.
Stay tuned for next week’s series on bungalows to learn some of the differences between American-style bungalows, from the ranch and the raised bungalow to the Craftsman and the California. We’ll feature advice from a surprise expert on making the most of your bungalow beauty, paying special attention to their charming kitchens and rich interior details. If you’re lucky enough to own your own bungalow, don’t miss out. And feel free to send us your own remodeling stories.
Until Monday, have a great weekend!