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Stickley, Gustav, 1858-1942. / Craftsman homes
(1909)

A convenient bungalow with separate kitchen and open air dining room,   pp. 88-91


Page 91

     A BUNGALOW WITH OPEN-AIR DINING ROOM
into a comfortable arid inviting nook, and of
affording a small retreat whicn may be used
as a study or lounging place, or as an extra
sleeping place in case of an overflow of guests,
or even as a storage place for trunks.  Its uses
are many, but its value as an addition to the
beauty of the room is always the same.
  The sleeping rooms, four in number, occupy
the two ends of the main building.     They are
all of ample size for camp life, and are plas-
tered, walls and ceiling.      The dining porch
is one of the most distinctive features of the
bungalow.  It occupies just half of the exten-
sion and completely separates the kitchen from
the main part of the house.       The kitchen is
~vell open to air and light.   Instead of a pantry
the whole of one side is occupied by cupboards
amply supplied with shelves and (Irawers.
OPEN-AIR DINING ROOM:  NOTE CONSTRUCTION OF TIlE ROOF AND PROPORTION OF THE
SIDE OPENINGs AND PARAPET.
AN OLĀ¹EN FiRE IN ONE OF THE REDROOMS.
91


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