Need home design inspiration? Bungalow is the place to go!
When Jackie and Amy began rattling off possible names for the new store, Bungalow instantly stuck. “We wanted one word that people would resonate with, not necessarily about the Cape, but a home,” says Amy. Bungalow opened in 2013 and quickly outgrew its first location: a quaint sea captain’s home built in the 1800s in Orleans. In 2015, the two packed up and moved to their current location in Chatham, at 1291 Main Street. While there was a certain nostalgia to the sea captain’s home, the new Chatham location offers a larger space and a bustling atmosphere, and these women have made it completely their own.
The store features consigned pieces and new home furnishings, as well as the new pop-up shop called Cabana with resort wear. Upon entering Bungalow, one is immersed in an earthy, coastal oasis as the door closes upon the outside world. Exposed wooden beams, a driftwood light fixture, modern couches and unique mirrors immediately catch the eye. Cape Cod character, like wooden whale carvings and seashells, is embedded in the style throughout the store, in a calm manner, making visitors completely at ease in this coastal-style oasis. The showroom to the right reveals a long, open space with multiple staged spaces, full of couches, end tables dining sets, lighting and scores of carpets, and more. Each area seems to have its own particular feel, inviting visitors to imagine such beautiful scenes in their own homes. In just the first glance, one is curious to uncover the store in its entirety.
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