Readers with 21st century sensitivities to the ecology, organic gardening and the “local” movement find that living in these 100-year-old homes contributes to the stability of the planet and provides a manageable, sensible yet rich way of life.
American Bungalow Issue 81: In this issue: The Foss Company of Pasadena (Farmer’s son Robert Foss brought his building skills from New Hampshire to sunny California, heading a design/build firm that bridged the gap between the commercial interests of the builder and the artistic realm of the architect.) A New American Arts and Crafts Destination (AB’s antiques expert takes you on a delicious tour of one of the top Art
American Bungalow Issue 80: In this issue: An arts & crafts vernacular rediscovered (An unsung buffalo builder stands tall in the company of Wright and Olmsted.) Three love affairs and a bungalow (From condemned building to award-winning bungalow!) and much more..
American Bungalow Issue 79: Highlights from this issue include: Fall 2013 A Good Surprise Doing most of the restoration herself, Sonja Dahl found delight around every corner. Choosing Bungalow Exterior Paint Colors A guide to making the most of craftsman paint colors. Family Album Cleveland Heights, Oceanside, Clayton & more are featured this issue. Click here to submit your home for consideration!
American Bungalow Issue 78: In This Issue: Sense and Sensibility, Staying Put in Parkside, Shedding Light on Roycroft Lamps, Living Green in a Historic Chicago Bungalow and more
American Bungalow Issue 77: In This Issue: In Nature’s Embrace, A Home as a Way of Life, At Home with Modernity, Fire on the River, The "Bungalow Guy" Builds a New Portland Bungalow and more