Although the bungalow is intrinsically associated with California, the style came into popularity in New Orleans during the first half of the 20th century. The basic bungalow is a square structure that sits one and a half stories high with an irregular floor plan. Some bungalows feature dormers, bay windows and a complex roof design, but for the most part, the style lines are clean and simple. Most bungalows incorporate a deep front porch that is covered by an extension of the main roof. Subtypes of the bungalow are common in New Orleans and are most typically seen in the Arts and Crafts style, which highlights modest architectural details and rustic materials.