Bigger isn't always better: Country Living offers a look inside more than 25 tiny homes that maximize function and style. Downsizing has become a big trend
--and many people are choosing to live small and smart in compact houses that don't require huge mortgages or upkeep. Country Living
showcases a coast-to-coast collection of sustainable dwellings, all ranging from 100 to 1,500 square feet. Take an inside tour of these impressive little abodes, like a converted 1840s schoolhouse in New York, a 22- x 24-foot kit barn in California wine country, a 1914 New Hampshire coastal row home, and a renovated 1950s Alabama lake house.
Along with inspiring photographs, hundreds of decorating tips, smart finds, and storage solutions will help you implement minimalistic living in your own home.
These charming cottages, delightful she-sheds, functional farmhouses, and transformative trailers feature a clever use of space and prove that going small can be simple and fulfilling.
Country Living is the definitive guide to country lifestyle. In addition to a subscription base of almost 1.6 million readers, Country Living is the largest-selling shelter magazine on the newsstand, with 23.9 million readers each month.