Bungalow House Style
History of the Bungalow
- Clapboard was the most common siding, followed by cedar shingle, with the wood usually stained a natural shade of brown
-Stone, brick, or concrete block, molded into a decorative form, were also used.
-stucco walls and clay-tile roofs
- exterior usually suggested warmth and informality
Theodore Roosevelt was the president when these houses were popular in the early 1900's
In 1918, World War I Ends
In 1929, the stockmarket crashed and the depression began.