Hej friends, time simply flies away & I don’t seem to be able to keep up. I don’t like that feeling, I feel cheated somehow.
Anyway, I recently read that Australians have largest living space in the world with an average of 200 sq.m. It is several on my street that are currently expanding & loads through the suburbs doing the same. You can not tell how large the houses really are by just looking at them from the front. The facade looks narrow but the house elongates, once you get inside. They are extended from behind & seems to never end. It’s great with the outdoor areas that is given as much space. You tend to spend a lot of time outdoor … socialising, swimming, playing, barbecuing. No matter how big you live, the place never seems enough, for all the things you need (or think you need). But there are smart & fun ways to furnish to create space or simply make it exciting,
Here is the ceiling height used for the beds to create space on the sides for both storage & a small work place. Their sleeping becomes as in a single room, nice again with under-bed storage / Small rooms,
Personality, style, design – for individual or specific target group. Easy to change or adjust after taste / Family living,
Take care / Marie