California is home to American-style bungalows, which were significant for the whole country and later also spread to the south of the country. Comfortable, rational square plan with a maximum practical use of every square meter made this style popular among young families and lower social class.
There are two types of Californian bungalows – some have a massive appearance (photo below , aldo called Craftsman Bungalow), and other ultra-simple. Both types can be called a California bungalow.
Features style California Bungalow:
Sloping roof supported by columns
Spacious frontal porch (not necessarily)
The two basic color schemes for exterior: dark shades – brown, blue, green, red; light colors – white, pink, yellow.
Open brackets and other parts in the Craftsman style to San Fran, and a simple facade for Los Angeles
Ethnic Spanish parts – sometimes on South