American Bungalow is a quarterly magazine dedicated to homes of the early 20th century, the philosophy of the Arts and Crafts movement and the bungalow lifestyle. Since issue No. 1 of American Bungalow premiered in the fall of 1990, interest in bungalow architecture and Arts and Crafts-style furnishings, antiques and collectibles has surged nationwide, as well as in Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
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
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