The Summer 2015 edition of American Bungalow has recently gone out to subscribers. Arrival times will vary by based on your location – but expect the issue to arrive on or beforeJuly 24th.
Highlights from this new issue include:
Small House Large on CharmOwners team up with a local historic preservation organization to find and restore a Bungalow Heaven gem.
Apologies to the Navajo (And Their Neighbors) Part II
The influence of the American Indian cultures on a dealer and two architects.
Bungalow Heaven: Preserving A Neighborhood
The author of the seminal blog The Craftsman Bungalow shares the story of how Pasadena’s Bungalow Heaven neighborhood was preserved by the community as documented by filmmaker Joaquin Montalvan.
A Family Affair on Old Cape Cod
When the Walker family bought a Sears Kit beach cottage on the Cape Cod shore, they immersed themselves in Provincetown’s colorful local art scene, creating a home that has been cherished for generations.
Subscribe or renew today by visiting our online store. Our back issue sale comes to and end this holiday weekend – so be sure to browse our inventory to take advantage of these discounts.
From now until 4th of July Weekend, all back issues in our store are 50% off. Prime back issues of American Bungalow are $7, while regular copies are priced at $5. Click here to browse our selection.
Sold-Out Issues – while supplies last.
You read that correctly – we’re releasing limited quantities of our previously sold-out issues. Visit here to browse these exclusive issues while they are still available. If you can’t find the issue you’re looking for – check back soon as we update our inventory.
Ever dreamed of having your home featured in the pages of American Bungalow? We’re looking for bungalows from our readers to include in upcoming issues, and this could be your chance to have your home appear in our “Family Album” column. Send a photo of the outside of your house and a 100-word description (including location) to email@example.com.
For 2015, acclaimed plein air painter Tim Solliday has created a suite of four of his distinctive portrayals of the Southern California landscape as a unique offering commissioned for American Bungalow subscribers only.
In each issue during the year, subscribers will receive a high-quality 8″ × 10″ full-color lithographic reproduction,
suitable for framing, in which Solliday has captured the
rough-hewn beauty of the mountains, trees and early
settlements that captivated artists of the Arts and Crafts
era around the turn of the 20th century.
During the year, subscribers will receive this collectible edition of the magazine, which can be purchased only through subscription. Perfect for a gift, as well.
Our final issue for the year has been released and is arriving on newsstands and in your mailboxes. In our latest Winter edition, we explore Mission Revival architecture and its Arts & Crafts roots, tour this years Pasadena Craftsman Weekend as well as the unique Huntington Japanese House, and more! This seasons’ featured article is:
California on the Potomac
In the Maryland portion of the greater Washington metropolitan area, most bungalows are vague about their stylistic origins. This one confidently stands out from the crowd. Click here to read the full article online.
A celebration of bungalow life, what it means and how to save it, as told and filmed by those who made it happen. A film that needs to be seen by all who live in beloved older neighborhoods that are threatened with thoughtless redevelopment or wholesale destruction.
Bungalow Heaven: Preserving A Neighborhood is set for DVD release in early 2015.