Thursday, July 12, 2012

I hope this trend continues. . . .

"During the past 60 years, the size of American homes has exploded, but the trend is now moving in the opposite direction, proving once more that bigger isn’t always better. In 1950 the average American home size was 983 square feet; by 2009 the average home was 2,343 square feet—even as family size shrank. Finally, it appears people are rethinking housing size. "

Rethinking size. . .

This 450-square-foot British Columbia cabin is so comfortable its owners decided to make it their full-time home rather than a vacation retreat.

I know I would have to purge about 96% if of my things to make it work, but I love the idea.
OK! Maybe I would have to start with three cabins.

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