Cabins & cottages and other small spaces / editors of Fine Homebuilding.
- 3 of 3 copies available at Missouri Evergreen. (Show)
- 1 of 1 copy available at Putnam County Library System.
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- ISBN: 9781627107457
- ISBN: 1627107452
- Physical Description: 187 pages : 28 cm
- Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Taunton Pr, 2014.
Bigger doesn't always mean better . Especially when it comes to your mortgage payment.Unfortunately the recent real estate crisis taught us that important lesson. Cabins & Cottages: and Other Small Spaces will inspire you to think smaller and smarter. Think small ! With each turn of the page you'll be captivated by gorgeous photographs of inspiring, exciting small spaces. In this collection from Fine Homebuilding magazine, the featured authors focus on homes both new and remodeled, urban and rural, traditional and modern, and even a few truly quirky spaces like: A Garden Cottage for Low-Impact Living Watch Island Retreat Do-it-Yourself Retreat A Cottage Fit for a Hobbit A New Floor Plan Saves an Old House Carriage-House Comeback A Better House Not a Bigger One plus other small structures like Stylish Sheds, Studio, Storage and More. Smaller=Smarter . Smaller homes can serve all the purposes of a much larger home, you simply need careful planning and smart strategies. Since smaller homes are becoming more popular-due to economic factors, smaller family sizes, tighter building lots, and the desire to sue fewer natural resources-builders and designers are getting creative and employing all their best tricks to help homeowners get the most out of their tight spaces. Small in structure. Big in style . The petite, stylish homes featured throughout Cabins & Cottages are as big as they need to be and perfectly fit the lifestyles and aspirations of their homeowners. Get inspired and enjoy all design styles and construction types showcased here in hundreds of beautiful photographs. All of the contributing authors are seasoned professionals whose articles have appeared in Fine Homebuilding magazine. With a circulation of more than 200,000, the magazine has been providing information and inspiration to everyone who cares about quality home improvement and construction. From the very first issue in 1981, Fine Homebuilding established itself as the best source of home improvement information, helping readers build projects better, faster and more efficiently. Table of Contents Cabins and Cottages A Big Little House on the Ridge A Garden Cottage for Low-Impact Living The Second Time Around Raising the Baby Barn Small Cottage Makes a Big Splash A Higher Standard Watch Island Retreat Nestled in the Trees A Place to Read and Relax Legacy on the Lake Inside the Great Indoors Do-it-Yourself Retreat At Home in hte Woods Cranking Up the View The Crib Timeless Character A Cottage Fit for a Hobbit Chainsaw Tour de Forest Small Houses Passive House Perfection Build Like This A New Floor Plan Saves an Old House Carriage-House Comeback A Watershed Moment Big River, Small House A Tiny Addition for a Growing Family Small, Spacious House for a Skinny City Lot Small & Spacious Small-House Secrets A Better House Not a Bigger One Did Starting Small Work Out? The Neighbor Out Back Sheds, Studios, and Other Small Structures Stylish Sheds Shinto Shed A Tree House That's for the Birds Studio, Storage, and More The Watershed: A Writing Studio An Old-Time Garden Shed Great Work Outdoors Off the Grid on the Shore The Benefits of a Smaller Scale Baking Studio Alfresco.
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