Author: Sarah Susanka and Marc Vassallo
Publisher: Taunton Press, 2005
Hard Cover, 10.5"x10.5", 210 pages
Best-selling author of The Not So Big House, Sarah Susank teams up with architecrual design writer Marc Cassallo to expan upon the message that small may be better. Opting for personalized, well-crafted, thoughtfully designed spaces over superfluous square footage results in a home that comforts and noursihes those who live there.
This book focuses on the tangible and somtimes intangible details that bring an otherwise ordinary home to life. Incorporating such details as dropped celings, built-in shelves, poskcet doors, window seats, and well-placed alcoves infueses a home with the character of its owners and conveys a uniqueness that's missing in many homes built or remodeled today. Featuring 23 homes from Rhode Island to California.
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