I'd like to welcome you to Midcentury Monday #23 1/2: a cheat post.
I spent the majority of this weekend cleaning and embroidering and generally getting ready to go to home to San Diego. I haven't been home since June and I am so so excited to see my friends, my family, my dog(!), and the lovely lovely ocean. If you weren't aware, the Southern California Pacific is quite a different beast than the Northern ;) Plus! Mexican food. Nobody (except Mexicans) does Mexican food like San Diego.
Getting back on track... rather than slop together a half-assed MCMM post, I have decided to share with you my all-time favorite post of this series, Midcentury Monday #12. It was published in the middle of August! It's just so pretty to look at and the information makes driving around in old neighborhoods a bit more fun.
Without further ado! Midcentury Monday #23 1/2:
We learn the different styles of midcentury roofs!
roof formed by two gables that dip in the middle
roof having a single slope, or several at various angles
roof which follows a convex curve about one axis and a concave curve about the other
a triangular sloping roof, usually used with clerestory windows and an attached flat roof
roof with a slope less than thirty degrees
roof pattern composed of many acute angles