Named after our surrounding architecture and aesthetic of El Segundo, the Bungalow House riffs off the modest, cozy and well-built style of California in the early 20th century. “Our company […]
Named after our surrounding architecture and aesthetic of El Segundo, the Bungalow House riffs off the modest, cozy and well-built style of California in the early 20th century. “Our company has followed that blueprint in making furniture that not only fits the California aesthetic but also that is well-built, timeless and fun,” says co-owner Kenny Powell. Though the business exclusively used solid domestic hardwood and traditional finishing, it recently expanded capacities to use some unusual and innovative materials and techniques. The Collings Credenza (pictured) employs long-established building methods but uses 100% FSC-certified, Baltic birch plywood with the edges purposely exposed and finished with an extremely durable, low-sheen flooring finish. The credenza features removable and interchangeable storage pieces, including two shelves and one three-drawer tower perfect for all of your storage or media needs.
About the Artist:
Kenny Powell and his mother, Jeanie, started the Bungalow House with a passion for working hands-on and creating one-of-a-kind furniture. Both based in El Segundo, Jeanie has a background in engineering and Kenny in fine arts—merging their talents into a small, family-run home furnishings business. For more, visit the-bungalow-house.com.