Exceptionally Eclectic Tour – Cozy Bungalow Tour

 

One look at Megan of Restoring the Roost‘s 1917 bungalow tour and you can see it’s very special.

 

 

Tour this 1917 bungalow with tons of charm and simple decorating ideas eclecticallyvintage.com

 

So special that the former owners actually moved the bungalow from it’s former location and nestled it onto a new brick foundation in the woods of Carolina.

 

 

Tour this 1917 bungalow with tons of charm and simple decorating ideas eclecticallyvintage.com

 

 

Megan and her hubs share their space with a small flock of of chickens (each named for a different herb)!
Chickens named after different herbs!

 

A stained glass transom is just one of the many very cool features of the house.

 

 

1917 Bungalow Kitchen - love the stained glass transom

 

Open shelves in Kitchen

 

 

Of course there has to be a rooster inside too.

 

Cute Kitchen Display

 

 

Does it get any better than a fireplace in the dining room …

 

 

1917 Bungalow dining room - love the fireplace

 

 

or an iron gate interior door?

 

 

Iron gate interior door

 

 

A cozy family room and another fireplace.

 

 

1917 Bungalow Tour

 

 

Isn’t this the perfect country cottage bathroom?
1917 Cottage #Bathroom

 

 

Bathroom storage ideas

 

Touches of red in the bedroom.

 

Cottage #Bedroom

 

 

One of Megan’s many fabulous makeovers include this doorknob shelf – with a collection of vintage aprons.

She’s got talent – she even shows us how to cane a chair!
DIY Vintage Doorknob Shelf

 

One of the best parts of the house is this porch made for sipping lemonade …

 

 

Bungalow #Porch

 

or Pellegrino …

 

Summer dining on the #porch

 

Porch Bench

 

 

while admiring this view.

 

 

Bungalow in the Woods tour

 

 

I have the urge for farm fresh eggs before I head out and build my own coop.

Probably not so I’ll just stop by Megan’s at Restoring the Roost whenever I want to see what the flock is up to.

 

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Comments

  1. What a wonderful little Bungalow Megan has. Oh that porch and the views are wonderful. Thank you for sharing, I’m heading over there to check out her blog.
    Have a great weekend.

  2. Beautiful home in a gorgeous setting. I can’t begin to imagine a project like moving a whole house! Thank you for sharing, Kelly.

  3. such a sweet home with great architectural features! they have done a beautiful job!

  4. What a perfect little place in the perfect setting. I love the touches of red and the iron gate inside! It’s the unexpected things that bring the wow factor to that sweet bungalow! I could sit in those tulip chairs and sip lemonade all day long… thanks for sharing! jules

  5. Hi Kelly,
    Thank you so much for the wonderful feature and home tour! I am so excited to be a part of the Eclectically Vintage series on your blog! And whenever you get the urge again to get a flock of your own for some of those farm fresh eggs you just stop on by and I can tell you all you need to know :)

  6. I love this home, especially the transoms! Thanks for sharing with us! Blessings, Tammy

  7. This is great! (But in the Carolinas, she’d be sipping tea, not lemonade. Probably. Or in my case, beer. But I’m Polish.)

  8. What a beautiful home nestled in the woods of Carolina. My daughter just moved to North Carolina and loves it. I sure enjoyed the tour of your beautiful home. hugs ~lynne ~

  9. Megan’s home is just beautiful…so filled with warm charm and very cozy. Thanks for the tour, I have to visit her blog!

    XO,
    Jane

  10. Kelly … thanks for sharing this lovely home. I so enjoyed it and see an idea for a problem I have in one bathroom.
    Blessings,
    Audrey Z.
    Timeless Treasures

  11. … exhale …. Wow, that bungalow spoke to an until now unknown desire of mine for a cottage. Lovely. And just from the perspective of someone transplanted to the south, it most likely would be **super sweet** tea or hard lemonade sipped on the porch in the afternoon. Love those vintage chairs on the porch by the way, and those arches, oh my.

  12. Such a cozy little home. Love that it’s sitting in the woods… very nicely done!
    heading on over to read more.

    Pat

  13. I’ve been following Megan’s blog for a while now, so I was happy to see her featured here! I love all the photos, especially the one of the iron gate interior door. And I didn’t know they moved their house – so awesome! I wish we could have done that with our old place!

  14. What a beautiful, cozy bungalow full of character! And, of course, I’m jealous of the view … and the chickens. Well, maybe not the chickens exactly, but the fresh eggs for sure :) I’ll have to go check out Megan’s blog. I’m loving her style!

  15. That is one amazingly beautiful home! Makes me ready to get more of our projects finished up around here!

  16. So many unique touches to that lovely home! The iron gate was gorgeous and unexpected. I liked it!! Those copper bottom pots were beauties too. Great tour. So much charm!!!!

  17. Laura @ the shorehouse says:

    What a lovely home…any home with thrifty personal touches is aces in my book. And I love the iron gate! What a fantastic idea. I used one as a headboard once, but this is beyond fab.

  18. I can see why they moved it with them … so charming! I love the beautiful details and their decor is fabulous … love the doorknob shelf and, the gate is awesome!

  19. Such a charming vintage home. Thanks for sharing.

  20. Beautiful! I love bungalows and this one is unique and so cozy. Love that porch!

    <3 Christina @ I Gotta Create!

  21. What a gorgeous home!! I love the view…who wouldn’t? Stunning…
    Debbie :)

  22. What a charming cottage! I will have to visit her blog to find out where in Carolina she lives because Leo and I live in South Carolina. Love those arches on the front porch!

  23. I love this house so much! As in, I want to have everything in it, or recreate everything in it, and live there and be best friends with the people who created such a wonderful home! Thank you so much for sharing this bungalow!

  24. Oh heavens! Just beautiful!!!! Thanks so much for sharing. xxoo

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