The design of a home from the 1940s and ’50s could have been a little more modernized, with bright colors, an elegant and modern shape and a minimal amount of design flourishes.
A lot of modernizing and modernizing is going on these days, and I don’t want to be an exception.
But for many decades, I would still love to look at a home built in the 1940, ’50 and ’60s.
If you look at what’s on the internet, you see that this era has gone by in a flash.
The ’40s, the ’50, the “modernizing” of the ’60, the more and more expensive home from “The Walt Disney Company” are still selling.
And the “dinosaur” era, which includes many homes built in that time, is still going strong.
So I think the era is a little bit dated, but I can look at modern homes today and say I could still look at it.
The question is: How much is too much?
Here are the homes from the ’40 to ’50 that I think I could look at: In this photo, the front door is open and there is no wallpaper.
This is a 1920s-era home from a home builder in Los Angeles.
This house from a Los Angeles builder is actually quite well-designed.
A 1930s home from an architect in New York.
This is another 1930s-style home from Los Angeles that has been renovated.
The original home from 1950.
These modernized homes are still on the market.
I have always wanted to get inside one of these modern homes and get a closer look.
Here is an interior view of a 1930s house.
An old 1930s and 1940s home.
Now, I could always go back and get my photos, but this is one of those times that it’s really hard.
For this home, I had to get it inspected by a professional.
In case you’re wondering, I’m not sure if this is a 1930 or 1940-era house.
I’m sure there’s a lot of detail on the exterior of this home.
And it’s not quite 1930s, but it is still pretty modern.
One of the modernized 1930s homes.
You can see the front porch in this one.
My first home was a 1930 home, so I was quite excited about this one and the fact that it had a porch.
And there are a couple of photos of this house.
The one on the right is the first photo, and the one on this one is from the 1930s.
This is from one of the homes that I bought.
At this home I had a lot to do.
I had so many photos, and so much time.
It took me three days to get the photos and get the home inspected.
So here is a picture of the first home I ever purchased.
I bought this house in 1946.
Back then, it was a four-room house with a garage.
From here, it is a typical 1930s bungalow.
When I bought the house, I wanted it to be a one-bedroom home.
It was the perfect house to have a family of five and a dog.
All of the photos from 1946.