Tiny-House. The Guide that Will Change Your Life: A Practical Guide to Changing Lifestyle, Living in a Tiny Home, Saving Money, Appreciating Minimalis (Paperback)
If you have ever wanted to downsize and try living with much less, this is the book for you. The book will give you many ideas of how to achieve your goal.
This book has been researched and the author has some real life experience to help explain some of the ways to live small and great tips on downsizing.
- Tips for first time home buyers and why you should consider a small/tiny house
- Learn how to declutter your compact living space and embrace the joys of downsizing
- Discover how to let go of sentimental items that are taking up space
- The secrets to decorating your small house and tips on smart storage solutions
- Learn how to create a cozy, comfortable, and stylish home that is functional and easy to maintain
- How to organize and buy furniture for a compact house
- Discover creative and different options/ways to live small to find peace and contentment
- Learn how to focus on what truly matters, reduce distractions and unnecessary items
- And lots more
Homeowners of a small home will often choose their furniture based on how much they will use it. Coffee tables that have lift tops can double as a desk area. They make coffee tables now that can be lifted to three different heights to make them very versatile. Couches and chairs that convert to a bed and end tables with storage are all useful in your small home. The amount of space you have on the floors and at eye level will be limited. When you take the time to use your vertical space, you will find more room on the walls of the small home than you originally imagined. Vertical space is all that space from the home floors to the ceilings. Much of this will often go under-utilized because homeowners will not think about using this space for their needs. By stacking, sorting, and using shelving, you can add a lot more space to your tiny home. Whenever possible, look for a small or tiny home with high ceilings. This makes a small room feel much larger. Plus, it can give you a lot of vertical space to work with.
Are you single, or do you want to have a smaller climate footprint? Are you an empty nester and no longer need a large home? Are you retired and want to downsize? Are you open to the different ways you can live small? Do you want more outdoor space for your children and pets? Have you been dreaming of living in a small or tiny home but are not sure where to get started? My goal with this guidebook is to help you achieve maximum comfort in your dream small house, no matter the size. These same tips helped me put together my own small home while feeling happy and fulfilled in the new space we call home.