On a budget but still, want to have a beautiful home for the family? Here’s a helpful tip: Get a house plan for a small bungalow with a lovely design that’s fit for your tight budget.
You can choose to have a rough finishing first and later work out the details of your home, bit by bit when the money comes.
Shared on this page is a design for a small bungalow that was made for families with a tight budget in mind.
This small but highly functional bungalow has a living room, kitchen and dining room, two bathrooms, and two bedrooms with provision for a third bedroom.
Slightly elevated and perfect also for sloping lots, this bungalow has stairs at the entry that directly open to the sliding double doors. If on a tight budget, you can modify the glass doors to wood.
The small porch to the side of the living room and entryway also opens with double doors that you can also convert to wood.
Decorate the large living room with a sofa bed so you can also convert it to a more comfortable hangout for watching movies or bonding with the kids.
The kitchen is set on one side, separated from the living room by another sliding glass door. You can actually ditch the door to make space look bigger.
Stylish bathrooms make this home beautiful, but if you don’t have a budget yet, try a rough finishing but invest in good fixtures that look elegant and ready to match the tiles you will put in the future.
Granite countertops make this house’s kitchen look sleek and modern while wooden doors for the cabinets plus wood-inspired tiles create a beautiful contrast.
This house has two bedrooms, but you can always add a third one if the budget allows.