Checking Out Itty Bitty Bungalow

January 24, 2018

By Tab Byrum

Over the weekend I was flipping through Facebook and I came across a post about a very charming house. I investigated further and found the blog Itty Bitty Bungalow which is run by Bradley Huber, a 28-year-old school teacher in Rochester, New York.  Huber is chronicling the remodel of his bungalow on his blog and I have to say I LOVE this house. I have a weak spot for bungalows, my grandma’s house was a bungalow, I love the straight lines of a bungalow, their large front porches and all the beam work that goes into them. Huber has done an amazing job on his small home, 860 square feet, from all the great choices in paint colors to the addition of a fireplace that didn’t exist when he bought the home. I’m sharing photos from Huber’s blog today, check out Itty Bitty Bungalow when you have a chance and take a tour, you won’t be sorry. Enjoy!!!

Front Porch

 

You can see in this side by side that Huber opened up the front porch that had been closed, installed new windows and gave the house a color facelift. 

Living Room

 

Here you can see how a fireplace was added between two existing windows, giving the room a focal point and some visual interest. 

Kitchen

 

The original feel of the kitchen was kept but new things were added like flooring, countertops, backsplash, paint, and hardware. I love the yellow walls and black and white floor. 

Bathroom

 

The wonderful hex tile floor was kept in the bathroom with updates being given to the tub/shower with subway tile and board and batten paneling was added to the bathroom walls as well as a bright blue color scheme. 

Itty Bitty Bungalow does an excellent job of showing what can be done to bring a home into the 21st century and not lose the home’s original charm, all done without breaking the bank. Check out Itty Bitty Bungalow and check back with us tomorrow for another great design story. Enjoy!!!

Words are my own.
Images are courtesy of
Itty Bitty Bungalow.

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