Bungalow Bill is a regular reader and commenter — and every once in a while I showcase some of the beautiful vintage art tile that he sells on his website, BungalowBill.com. In a recent comment, he mentioned the Harris Strong tile cityscape in his living room.
This is one of the pieces I’m lusting after Big Time. So I asked Bill if he could send some photos of his home. Bill deals in the most gorgeous 20th century tile. So the interior of his own home does not disappoint.
Bill tells me about his house, confirming first of all that it is indeed a bungalow — hence “Bungalow Bill.” He writes:
It was built in 1929 and is a nondescript shoebox type, similar to a Chicago bungalow.
Thank you for sharing, Bungalow Bill. When it comes to adding art to the walls of a mid-century home, I am a big fan of mixing things up — consider paintings, prints, posters, illustrations or botanicals, a mirror, a sculpture, a textile, carved wood pieces, framed architectural fragments or ephemera, silhouettes — and yes, art tiles.