Small, Smaller, Smallest
These space-saving tricks and impressive designs prove you don't have to sacrifice style in a tiny home.
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Jamie White spent six years practicing law in Japan. When he decided to become a landscape architect, he returned to Austin, Texas, and converted an abandoned three-car garage into a comfortable Japanese-style home. He took risks and used innovative materials to bring light and life into a once dark and neglected place.
For a great space, think outside the box. White turned each garage bay into a separate room to create the bedroom, living room and kitchen.
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