Collection: Late Edwardian

The Californian Bungalow was a style originally imported from Los Angeles. Also known as the “Cal-bung”, it is a solid and respectable house. With a heavy and firm appearance, it is easily recognisable by a number of distinctive characteristics. Californian Bungalows are usually single storey with double or triple low gabled roofs, painted with batons, wide eaves with exposed rafters, stained glass windows, thick masonary veranda piers or pillars, rough rendered walls, dark bricks, enclosed front porches, high-waisted doors, terracotta shingles or tiled roofs and panelled or wainscoted walls.
Our extensive range of late edwardian/ californian bungalow profiles can be produced from:
  • Moisture Resistant Medium Density Fibreboard (MRMDF)
  • Finger Jointed Pine
  • Clear Pine
  • Oak
  • Western Red Cedar
  • Kiln Dried Hardwood (KD Hardwood)
  • Any other timber on request

If you can’t find an exact match to your existing profile we can make it for you!

You don’t have to worry about preparing your skirtings or architraves. AMDC saves you time by offering an exclusive state-of-the-art priming line. Our skirtings and architraves can be pre-primed and sanded to a top-quality finish ready for you to paint. Below are some of our late edwardian/ californian bungalow skirting boards, architraves & doors as well as some typical combinations.

Late Edwardian / Californian Bungalow Skirting Boards and Architraves

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Late Edwardian Period / Californian Bungalow Typical Combinations

Late Edwardian / Californian Bungalow Doors

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