Wednesday, 10 September 2014

Small Home Living Series #2

 
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For my Small Home Living Series #2, I have chosen a quaint little home owned by Lyndsey Lewis, that is situated in Little Rock, Arkansas.
 

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You can see that this lovely Small Home Living space, of 557 sq. ft., has all the amenities  of any large home, just on a smaller scale.


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I am a big fan of white cabinets, especially when they are coupled with these rustic wooden floors.
The appearance of the floors makes one think they were just milled yesterday.
 


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Like the first home in Small Home Living Series, it too is so tastefully decorated.


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I would not have been able to tell that this Small Home Living build was new, would you?
It has the charm and the appearance of an older home.
For Lyndsey's story about why she chose Small Home Living and all the building details, please visit this site.
And for the floor plans visit Tumbleweed Houses.
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If you missed the first home in this series you may visit Small Home Living Series Home #1 to catch up.
Thank you all for joining me.
Friday I will return with
 Small Home Living Series Home #3.
See you then!
Kimberly




26 comments:

  1. Morning, yet another sweet wee home, love the decorating.Blessings Francine.

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  2. Just adorable! I l♥ve the wallpapered ceiling in the first photo! This house that we have lived in for 33 years was a whopping 550 sq feet when we purchased it. It was just about right for a newlywed cottage, but I am forever grateful that we added another 600 sq feet when the girls came along. Still a pretty small house by today's standards, but much more livable for a family!

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  3. I really like the floors and the bedroom.

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  4. This home is totally adorable and warm! I would just love to visit! Thank you so much for sharing!!!

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  5. Hi There, I enjoyed seeing both homes. There's just so many creative things to do in a small home in order to get more space...

    Our home is not large (about 1600 sq. ft. --including a 2 car garage)... We only have 2 bedrooms and turned one of them into our office.. That leaves no room for visitors --but it was our choice to do this.

    BUT--when we move again --probably to a condo, I still will need storage. SO--that is interesting to me. Thanks for sharing.

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  6. Kimberly,

    I love the white painted walls and the extended kitchen cabinets. Doing this makes the place look so much bigger than it is.

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  7. Cute as a button!

    Seriously crushing on that wallpapered ceiling.

    Thanks for sharing :)

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  8. I would love to live in this one!

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  9. Oh my how cute is that ? I would have a prob with the ladder in the mornings though maybe make a slide to come down in that would work lol ! Thanks for sharing , Have a good day !

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  10. I love those small houses it would make me down size for sure.
    Cathy

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  11. I just wanted to tell you about the Justin Cronin book you wanted to know about for some reason your email did not come up.
    It is about a family that owns a summer cottage business the character development is amazing. I have looked up his other books and he has gone on to horror not my type of book.
    Cathy

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  12. My gosh- That is just darling. I love it. It makes me want to embrace small house living! Don't you love the green ceiling in the bedroom?

    Great post, Kimberly! xo Diana

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  13. I love this little house! It is so beautifully decorated inside and out and just perfect for one or two. I noticed the little black wrought iron chair with the pale blue seat near the dining table as it's exactly like one we had next to our phone (our seat was white vinyl) when I was growing up. So neat to see one the same. The floors and kitchen etc. are beautiful! Thanks for sharing this one.

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  14. Everything about this home is darling! Thanks for sharing and enjoy your day.

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  15. Everything about this home is darling! Thanks for sharing and enjoy your day.

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  16. Love this one too! Really great decorating...

    Hugs!

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  17. I don't know how I missed this yesterday but I am caught up now. I am finding this fascinating! When we were first married we lived in a 860 sq. ft. home with two bedrooms, and by the time we left it we had 3 kids! It was very small! And yet it worked. It's funny how you can organize and make things work when you have to. Looking forward to seeing the rest of these...

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  18. Love these small homes! I'm looking for the square footage and can't find it. Did I miss it? I'd love it if you would include that in your posts, if possible. This is so well arranged and decorated!

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  19. Wow this one is awesome! I love the fireplace and the furnishings. It does look like an older home, not brand new!

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  20. Ok... I'm still behind...
    I'm glad I came back to see these small places... I love the clean lines of this house. So adorable. I also like the sectional piece used as a slipper chair, without the arms on it, it allows for the floor space to seem more spacious. Furniture plays a BIG part in small house living, huh?
    Oh! and that bed with the drawers under...and that lovely bedspread!

    Pat

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  21. This one is lovely too. Seems to have everything you would need.

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