It included a few bungalow styled homes by
For this house you came in the front door to a center hall.
Nothing like how actual bungalow floor plans are.
In 1920's bungalows you enter into a large living room space with dining room and kitchen beyond.
Personally, I hate walking into a small hall. Really hate it.
I want to walk into a big room.
To the left was a front bedroom or office.
I'm kind of crazy for that daybed thing. I'd love to build one of those in my den/office.
I do love the style of windows they chose for this house. Just right for bungalow style.
The walls in this house were painted Sherwin Williams Sea Salt.
I must say in person...it was the perfect shade of pale ocean blue.
A little mudroom included.
Here's another McCaleb home we toured.
what I'd call true bungalows. They have modern floor plans inside.
I still prefer a true 1920's style bungalow way over these.
I prefer the actual bungalow floor plans from the past.
But these homes are much better than many being built around here today.
Still inside this home...nothing about it says bungalow.
Although a true bungalow would have a fireplace with built in shelves on either side.
Love the turquoise trim used on the windows and the orange swing.
Love that blue subway tile. I'd never do it...I love all white too much but this is really bright and fun.
Last Day of my Pillow Giveaway....
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