I still dream of new paint colors for Wellington. If he looks good clad in blue/green, just think what he would look like in something more suited to a 1920s Arts and Crafts Bungalow. I found this picture on Old House Journal. It is an original rendering of a Sears "ready-cut" house that would be cut, shipped and then assembled on your lot. This one is called The Wesly model, and it is very much like Wellington. This was their most popular model and just goes to show that they were building two-story bungalows in the 1920s. Many sites I read say a true bungalow is one-story, which really rankles. Wellington is definitely a bungalow. A 1000 square foot, 90 year old bungalow on the outside and a 2700 square foot four year old bungalow on the inside.