The Bungalow style is typically considered the less formal cousin of the Craftsman and Prairie styles. In fact, the term “Bungalow” may refer to any modestly sized, one or one-and-a-half story home. Their simple designs and general affordability made Bungalows perfect candidates for plan books and kit homes, spreading their popularity throughout the country in the early part of the 20th century. The signature porch bridged the public yard and private interior of the Bungalow, providing an extra room for the homeowner and a setting for neighbors to interact in the burgeoning suburbs.
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