Yesterday my husband had to dismantle a 110” long Sarried cabinet as it could not go up either the stairs or fit in the elevator of this particular condo. All Interior Designers need to marry a man that will travel with tools and do all kinds of on the spot things like this. At the end of the day an 119” long table also arrived , my condolences to the delivery team from Arhaus.This got me thinking about small (really tiny) homes , and how much easier a furniture installation must go.
Professor of Urbanism Witold Rybczynski said that , ” Big houses may some day look as out dated and impractical as big cars , for many of the same reasons.” It is certainly true that due to the financial down turn , the typical American house is a lot smaller , and maybe smarter as well.
Your minimalist or minuscule houses of the future certainly will leave less of a carbon foot print. Less land required , energy savings , and if you don’t like the view you can take your home on the road. I might even be able to pull one behind my Miata.
It is Wednesday , it is hump day , more like bump day. I see a lot of unhappy , demanding people before the Holidays . I know we all want what we want when we want it , but let’s try not to run over everyone else to get it. May your Wednesday have a road free of pot holes , as you head toward a hopefully smoother Thursday. After all it is supposed to be the Season of Giving , not Give me.