Grow the Bungalow
Indianapolis’ neighborhoods are filled with historic bungalows with great features, but often small cramped spaces. The bungalow-dwelling Smith family decided last year they wanted to “grow their bungalow.” The 1941 built home with a front entry screen porch was not as welcoming as they wanted. It had an incredibly small working kitchen and an adjacent dining room. The family wanted a larger kitchen with more storage and updated appliances. They asked for an inviting entry and new landscaping for curb appeal. The project is underway! See how Steve Gray Renovations is making this Indianapolis bungalow grow…
Grow the Bungalow Video Part 1:
A busy family of five with a small Broad Ripple bungalow needed their home to grow. Last month we showed the in-progress bungalow renovation. Now see the final project that includes cool features such as storage lockers for family organization, bungalow-era arches, a kitchen island (that doubles as command central), a kitchen desk, a handy faucet to fill pots on the stove with water, floors made to take a beating, a relaxing sunroom/screened porch, a refreshed (but still original fireplace) and an updated exterior with awesome curb appeal.
We can’t believe it’s the same house! Check it out to see how Steve Gray Renovations made this Indianapolis bungalow grow…
Grow the Bungalow Video Part 2:
Here are the “Before” Photos of this Bungalow Renovation
Here are a few photos of the finished project.