Bungalows

  • 'Mad Men' Star's Tiny Home: Elevated Bed Descends

    Vincent Kartheiser's bed descends for night via an easy to use pulley system. The redwood headboard, which by day flips up into a desk, lays flat against the wall.   See the Image

  • 'Mad Men' Star's Tiny Home: Elevated Bed Descending

    Vincent Kartheiser's bed descends for sleeping via an easy to use pulley system. The redwood headboard, which by day flips up into a desk, lays flat against the wall.   See the Image

  • 'Mad Men' Star's Tiny Home: Bed Down

    Here's what Vincent Kartheiser's bedroom looks like when the bed has fully descended from the ceiling and is ready for sleep.   See the Image

  • Holiday House Hamptons: Bungalow Master Bedroom

    Designer: Jen Going InteriorsTheme: Summer SolsticeWhat we love: The watercolor wall and twig chandelier. "We created a beachy-chic space for a sister who is well-traveled and comes to visit…   See the Image

  • Holiday House Hamptons: Bungalow Living Room

    Designer: ID CreationsTheme: Every Day in the Hamptons is a HolidayWhat we love: The many hues of white, from bright white drapery to pearly white console table. "I chose a serene neutral…   See the Image

  • Atlanta Homes For Sale, May 2014, Inman Park

    We rounded up five homes currently available in Atlanta priced from $250K to $2 million. They include a rare in-town historic treasure; an ultra-hip Midtown modern; a groovy midcentury gem; a cute…   See the Gallery

  • Atlanta Homes For Sale, May 2014, Grant Park

    Located on the very edge of one of the city's most popular neighborhoods, this Grant Park bungalow is priced to move at $249K. The master bath has his and her vanities and a screened in porch that we…   See the Image

  • Tips for Los Angeles Home Buyers: Prioritize

    "Schools, social life and local recreation all contribute the overall quality of our experience in Los Angeles,” says John Barrentine, CEO and Co-Founder, RED Real Estate Group. He…   See the Image

  • Home Exterior: Los Angeles Bungalow

    This Eastside L.A. bungalow proves that oh-so-stylish things come in small packages.   See the Gallery

  • Atlanta Bungalows

    Published 04/23/14 in Places

    The first bungalow homes popped up in Philadelphia around 1876 as Americans became interested in exploring new forms of architecture. They were eager to put their own stamp on a style of homes that…   Read the Article