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There is Charm in Small Things

September 3rd, 2014

If you are used to the idea ‘the bigger, the better’, it could be truly hard for you to adjust to the idea of smaller scale anything. But thre is a lot of charm and practicality that can be taken from small spaces, small furniture, and generally smaller-scale things. Let’s look at this charm and practicality.

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Pracitcally speaking, a smaller place will mean a lot less of everything in maintenance. Lesser space means lesser cleaning, lesser area to fill, fewer things breaking down. It should also translate to lower costs. Charm-wise, there is something about streamline and to scale furntiure that are multi-functional. Not only is it earth friendly (maximizing use of resources), it is also really the epitome of making the most of what you pay for. WHat is better than getting things that serve more than one purpose?

So if you doubt that smaller places, smaller furniture, smaller gadgets, cars, etc. are charming, desirable, and better, think again.

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