Bungalow: The Ultimate Arts & Crafts Home
Bungalow: The Ultimate Arts & Crafts Home is the definitive compilation of Arts & Crafts architecture, philosophy, and architectural details. Bungalow expert Jane Powell examines a variety of bungalows and Arts & Crafts homes across the U.S. and Canada, exploring and dissecting the best to come up with a book that defines the very nature of the bungalow itself.
From a sleeping porch to a claw footed tub, to hallmark uses of wood, stone, and tile, the insightful text is accompanied by Linda Svendsen's detailed and expressive photography.
With a brief history of the arts & crafts movement included, Powell's latest offering is the perfect gift for bungalow owners, Arts & Crafts enthusiasts, and those looking to restore old or build new. Go deeper into the world of Arts & Crafts, and see exactly what makes a great bungalow design-from interior design to colors, architectural elements to the littlest details.
Jane Powell is the proprietor of House Dressing, a business dedicated to renovating and preserving old homes. She is the former president of the historic preservation organization in her hometown of Oakland, California. Her books include Bungalow Kitchens and Bungalow Bathrooms. Linda Svendsen, a graduate of Music and Art High School and Parsons School of Design in New York, has been a renowned photographer for more than thirty years. Her work is showcased in numerous magazines and books; she is the author of Bicycle: Around the World.
What people are saying - Write a review
Bungalow: The Ultimate Arts & Crafts HomeUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Powell (Bungalow Kitchens) here provides an overview of the popular bungalow home style in the early 20th century. Using photographs of homes located throughout the United States and Canada, she ... Read full review
This book is a beautiful look at the Arts & Crafts bungalows. It provides a brief history of the bungalow itself, as well as many beautiful photographs of exteriors and interiors of bungalows. It is highly recommended to anyone who wants to know a bit more about this early 20th century architectural style.