A little over a century ago, the Victorian era was already a booming time in America.

From the late 1800s until World War I, it was the time of the Industrial Revolution, which changed the way we lived, the way our clothes were made, and the way clothes were sold.

In the meantime, the industrial revolution transformed the economy.

It also meant a new way of thinking about our home.

We needed to think about our homes, not simply as homes, but as places that could serve a purpose for people, or could be turned into a place for the next generation.

And in many ways, that was exactly what interior designers and home architects did.

By the turn of the 20th century, American interior design was a global movement.

And while it was dominated by a few, influential designers, the work was made possible by the work of countless other designers, including the work done by James A. Hunt and Joseph M. Capp.

The most prominent of these was James A Hunt, who in 1902 founded his own design company, JAH, with the goal of making interior design affordable and accessible to the working poor.

He set out to design interior design for the “most fashionable homes” of the day, which meant homes that could be customized to fit people’s lifestyles and budgets.

In 1900, Hunt introduced his “New Home Design” and the first of his iconic “design for the average man.”

The design was so successful that Hunt was invited to create the home of the year for the Chicago World’s Fair in 1903, and his work was featured in the film The Birth of a Nation.

It was at the World’s fair that Hunt and Capp created the first home that was truly “Made in America.”

Hunt’s first design for an “average home” was a one-bedroom apartment built for a woman who lived in a small town in Illinois.

It had a kitchenette and an open-plan living room.

Capp’s first home was built for an Italian immigrant family who came to the U.S. from Italy.

It was a home for a family of five that included a full kitchen, a full bathroom, and a full bedroom.

As we move into the 20s, we are beginning to see an explosion in the number of homes designed to be affordable and usable for families.

But it wasn’t until the 1940s that an interior designer like Hunt was able to design an “Average Home” for an average American family.

The first such home Hunt designed for a home was in Kansas City, Missouri.

It is called the Hunt-Capp House, named after James Hunt.

Hunt was inspired by a dream he had about an average home he saw at the fair.

He envisioned an empty space where he could see the sun for the first time in decades.

It didn’t take long for Hunt to find a home in Kansas, and within five years, the Hunt House was built in a one bedroom, two-bathroom house.

The house had the appearance of an ordinary suburban house, but it was built to serve as a model for a future American home.

Hunt called the house his “Average House” and in 1940, he opened it to the public.

The Hunt House became one of the first homes to be sold to a family.

It sold for $2,600, making it the most expensive home ever sold.

Hunt’s home also became the inspiration for the iconic movie Home Alone.

The film follows a family who move to a “home” in the middle of nowhere.

Today, the homes we live in are designed to meet a range of needs, including people who need a place to stay, families who need to move frequently, and individuals who need space to exercise, exercise in, and live out their lives.

For a long time, designers and designers who followed Hunt’s lead would continue to make interior design accessible to Americans, but they also took a lot of inspiration from the home he designed.

Today, the interior design world is still dominated by the ideas of James A, Hunt, and Capps, and most of the time, these ideas are not well received.

In recent years, designers, interior designers, and architects have begun to address some of these issues, and they are beginning a dialogue that we hope will lead to a future where more and more homes are designed for all the people who live in them.

Here is an excerpt from a conversation we had with one of these designers, Dan Hulbert, who was a senior interior designer for 20 years in the U,s Interior Design Department: The basic idea behind the Hunt house is that if you can’t afford a home and you want to live somewhere where you can, that’s where the house should be.

That’s the basic idea.

What’s your biggest takeaway from the Hunt home?

I think it shows that the concept