The “Arts & Crafts” style and Bungalow House Plans, popularized over a century ago, are currently enjoying a new life in our time. — and for good reason. These styles offers beauty and strong, meaningful design elements that announce and nurture at the same time. Mark Stewart House Plans in this style have been very popular particularly on in-fill lots in the heart of the city.
Homeowners fall in love with them immediately !
Bungalow House Plans generally include:
- Decorative knee braces
- Deep eaves with exposed rafters
- Open floor plans
- Low-pitched roof, gabled or hipped.
- 1–1½ stories, occasionally two
- Built-in cabinetry, beamed ceilings, simple wainscot most commonly seen in dining and living room.
- Large fireplace often with built-in cabinetry, shelves, or benches on either side
- Dormers, shed, hipped or gabled.
- Large, covered front porches with massive columns under extension of main roof.
- Windows were typically double hung with multiple lights in the upper window and a single pane in the lower, often seen in continuous banks. Simple, wide casings.