This Issue Includes:
A Down East Bungalow Cottage, Built by Hand
By Helen Foster
Wanting to build a house that is authentic and makes sense, the stencil artist drew inspiration from her family's Arts and Crafts-era Maine camp.
Miami's Bungalows: Orphans of Perpetual Boom
By Jose Vazuez
The first great Florida Boom gave birth to the region's bungalows. The latest one threatens to wipe them out.
Jolted to Perfection
By John Luke
The earthquake hit the Pacific Northwest on February 28, 2001. For Cheryl and Jeff Petra, it was a wake up gift.
Recreating an Authentic Chicago Bungalow Exterior
By Michael Williams
Restoring a Chicago bungalow to its original multicolored splendor can be a rewarding labor of love and discovery.
A Craftsman Revival for a California Lifestyle
By R. A. Lovka
Nick and Ruth Clemence adapted Greene & Greene's approach to interior spaces to produce a family home with an indoor-outdoor California ambiance.