Doug's Bama Bungalow

Doug's Bama Bungalow

Annie Werbler
Mar 16, 2010

Doug at Tracery Interiors in Alabama wants to share with you the renovation he did to his vintage 530ft² bungalow. You can feast your eyes on all the creative storage solutions in this small space after the jump.

The kitchen is full of Carrara marble, stainless steel, and white-painted surfaces, the result of which is a clean space with lots of little tricks to make the 8 x 10 foot room feel larger. Glass-fronted upper cabinets reveal white dishware and storage in pretty jars. The glass adds some visual space to the room, as opposed to solid cabinets looming above the tiny area. On the blank side of the range Doug has created simple shelves for his spices and wine glasses. An antique wooden crate at the foot of the dining table holds snacks in lieu of a pantry.

In the bathroom, an arched ceiling above the tub expands the space vertically. It is meticulously fitted with posh Carrara tiles. To save cash after all that detailing, Doug cut matching 12 x 12 inch marble tiles in half to create a wainscot for the rest of the room.

Check out more of Doug's great ideas on the Tracery Interiors Blog here.

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