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Great ideas, written in an easy-to-understand style!
The title is a bit too vague-- this book is specifically on *Japanese* methods of minimizing clutter, which may or may not be useful to westerners.
Still there are lots of great ideas, and it is quite interesting to what can be done with limited space with a little imagination.
Disappointed in this book . It was not whatI was looking for but in researching small houses. Although it did give me a couple of good ideas to use in my current house. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mary Ann Burns
Great ideas, written in an easy-to-understand style! This book is wonderfully illustrated, and packed with solutions to living large in small places.Published 14 months ago by Siri Kirtan Fluck
I'm redoing a very tiny house that was built in 1940. Because of budget restrictions and existing restrictions, I haven't been able to incorporate any of the ideas yet but... Read morePublished on January 28, 2013 by A. Curtis
The book has great ideas,but as I am finding the available information to accomplish these ideas is not there.Mr. Brown's books always have great designs and ideas. Read morePublished on January 30, 2010 by Arla Thomas
This book is so ingenious that it inspired me to change careers, and make a few changes around the house myself.Published on January 28, 2007 by B. Durance
I ranked this next to the bottom of 7 "decorating small spaces" books I bought. This author is a contradiction in terms: a minimalist who loves complexity! Read morePublished on February 14, 2005 by Carol DeChant