Think you know what it means to downsize? Get an eyeful of these miniature houses on the leading edge of a new approach to living with less.
By Lisa FrederickMore in Remodeling
Tumbleweed Tiny House Company
Those who inhabit tiny houses don't have the luxury of expansive sofas, clusters of chairs and nests of tables, so what they do have needs to count. Tucked into a bright, sunlit nook, this chair can act as a solo reading retreat, a spot for guests to sit, a perch for doing office work on the computer and much more.
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