More Not So Big Solutions for Your Home (Paperback)

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More Not So Big Solutions for Your Home (Paperback)


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Readers simply cannot get enough of Sarah Susanka. Homeowners are certain to embrace this new collection of articles by the best-selling author and visionary residential architect who sparked a movement toward "better, not bigger" homes. Practical solutions abound in this creative reference - everything from how to use color and unify an interior with trim to finding space for an "away room" and designing a laundry room that works. Susanka poses - and clearly answers - such questions as "How much space do you really need?" and "Where does the garage belong?" Written in her engaging conversational style and illustrated with her own inviting sketches, More Not So Big Solutions for Your Home is a collection of attainable home improvements is a valuable addition to any smart and thoughtful homeowner's library.

Sarah Susanka is known far and wide as the leader of a movement that has redefined the American home. She has shared her insights in many best-selling books, including The Not So Big House, the revolutionary title that started it all. Susanka has been invited to share her insights on The Oprah Winfrey Show, Charlie Rose, and HGTV; she is regularly profiled in leading shelter magazines and newspapers, including The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal.
Product Details ISBN: 9781600851483
ISBN-10: 1600851487
Publisher: Taunton Press
Publication Date: March 2nd, 2010
Pages: 160
Language: English

Susanka's masterful authority on efficient, smaller home design is in laser−beam precise alignment with the wants and needs of today's homebuyers and builders...If you like the idea of having a place for everything and everything in its place, grab a copy of  More Not SoBig Solutions for Your Home −− you'll get a potent little toolkit for creating a home where you can live the way you want to live in every square inch." --Tara-Nicholle Nelson, The Boston Globe