Taunton's Small HousesBook - 2012
The experts at Fine Homebuilding magazine present an inspiring collection of smaller homes for those interested in a more cost efficient and greener alternative to larger spaces. Chapters cover the basics of small space design, small scale remodeling, and solutions for space saving storage. Dozens of examples of architect designed homes are displayed, ranging from modern-day farmhouses to duplexes for urbanites. Full of images, floor plans, and helpful tips, this is a wonderful guide for those interested in making smaller spaces both practical and luxurious. Annotation ©2012 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Ingram Publishing Services
So long McMansions and rambling square footage…small homes are in! Easier to maintain and more affordable in hard economic times, small houses are gaining popularity in the housing market after nearly 60 years of trending up in size. Small Houses capitalizes on this shift with an all-new collection of small houses from Fine Homebuilding magazine. The featured writers, well-respected authors in their fields, look at houses—ranging from less than 1,250 sq. ft. to upward of 2,250 sq. ft.—that are both new and remodeled, urban and rural, traditional and modern. Homeowners will be pleasantly surprised that these small homes are big on charm, style, and quality and offer all types of exciting possibilities and energy efficiencies to mesh with and improve their lifestyle.