In the late 1920s, the International and Bauhaus design movements began influence home design. New, modern plans were seen in various home publications. By the mid-1930s, they had penetrated middle-class markets as seen in this Ladies Home Journal plan. Trends like attached garages became more common place. Despite the number of plans offered, Modern never replaced the more traditional Colonial styles, which remained deeply entrenched in the American psyche as the definition of what a house should be.
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