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What did American Mid-Century Homes Look Like?

A Guide to the Mid-Century Homes of 1930 to 1965.

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SMALL MAIL ORGANIZER: for Small Spaces, Wall Mount Organizer with Key Hooks and Shelf, Modern Office Home Entry Organization

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Post war Minimal Traditional based on the Cape Cod. The style is simplified and streamlined. They were NOT made of cheaper materials. This is a typical home for mid century working middle class Americans.


Getting into the 'spirit' of Christmas with a brass drinks trolley (from Nordal). / Photograhy Niki / Brantmark - My Scandinavian Home Blog (styling - Genevieve Jorn).


After WWII, the Minimal Traditional morphed in to a variety of Ranch styles, including this early suburban type, which had much in common with its predecessor. The ALAMO(1950–1961+) has the extended eaves and hipped roof common to many of the 50s ranches, but it was the simple modernity that won over most Americans.

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47 Gorgeous Traditional Christmas Tree Ideas

Gorgeous Minimal Christmas tree decorated only with lights but still looks traditional @pattonmelo