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The craftsman
Vol. XVII, Number 3 (December 1909)

Inexpensive cement construction for summertime and week-end cottages that the owner may erect for himself,   pp. 315-320 PDF (2.3 MB)


Page 317


INEXPENSIVE CRAFTSMAN CEMENT BUNGALOWS
board smoothed, stained and oiled, sup-
ported by stone corbels. Referring to the
floor plan, the house is seen to contain,
besides these two rooms, two bedrooms, a
bathroom and many convenient closets.
  The second house is more elaborate in
TWO-STORY CEMENT BUNGALOW.
design, but the same construction is used.
An interior view is given of the living
room :and this will also furnish a general
impression of the appearance of the liv-
ing room in the bungalow, inasmuch as
tne main struc-
tural beams are
the same. In-
deed, all the
woodwork in
the living room,
with the excep-
tion of the base-
board, is simply
the necessary
s t r u c t u r a I
beams. The
stairs lead up
from the right,
a curtain is
hung to shield
those about the
hearth from any
draught that may
come from the
                       utnstairs rooms.
EPLACE IN THE LIVING ROOM  Both houses
TWO-STORY BUNGALOW.    are intended ex-
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