Is there anyone who can resist a charming little bungalow on a tree-lined street? Today I have the great pleasure of sharing a cottage style bungalow by New Old, LLC filled with vintage finds that are sure to take you on a trip down memory lane!
Step inside and prepared to be greeted by textured walls in the entryway. A pleasing mix of painted bead board and rough hewn horizontal planks provide a “welcome home” vibe. A vintage wire and metal chandelier is a charming touch.
Further down the entry, painted shiplap on the walls pairs with pale blue bead board overhead with another metal pendant light fixture. A woven rug leads the way down the hardwood floors of the front hall.
As is the case with most bungalow homes, this one comes complete with cozy nooks and crannies. This one in the front hall makes a perfect spot for hanging coats.
A gorgeous leather Chesterfield sofa graces the living room with a pair of navy blue accent chairs. A large, mirrored armoire and wood-framed mirror above a long cabinet make a great pair and make the room appear larger than it is.
The office is my favorite room in the bungalow cottage! I love the color of the trim and that vintage wood cabinet is so pretty! Note the theme of metal lighting throughout the house.
The kitchen has a charming old school vibe yet has everything a modern kitchen needs, including a double oven. Every Thanksgiving I wish I had two ovens. The yellow mixer adds a pop of sunny color.
The dining room enjoys a stone fireplace with a rustic wood mantel. A gallery wall of vintage mirrors bounces natural light around the room.
An upstairs bedroom features a gorgeous wood ceiling and vintage finds like the Route 66 marquis sign. The little nook to the left makes a great play area for kids.
The bathroom features vertical shiplap walls in a blonde wood tone. A large vanity provides plenty of storage space which often much-needed in older homes.
The front porch is a dream with its wood ceiling, brick steps, and rattan rocking chairs. Looks like a perfect slice of Americana, don’t you think?
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