Living Well in a Small Home
*** You can enhance your satisfaction with your surroundings. Architect Sarah Susanka, whose 1998 book The Not So Big House (Taunton Press) has sold more than 250,000 copies and spawned the recent sequel Creating the Not So Big House, believes that many people have a "starter castle" complex Â they're obsessed with "the notion that houses should be designed to impress rather than to nurture." Susanka argues that houses can be small, beautiful, and richly detailed, and that these qualities are more rewarding to the spirit than mere size. ***
Another great article.
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