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  1. I have been preparing to live small(er) once we sell the 'big house' we are in. I think I can do it now- 10 years ago I don't think I could have-but, today I have the mindset to live big in a smaller space. Great post, Brenda. xo Diana

  2. Beautiful inspiration for living smaller. Of course I love using mirrors to enlarge a space visually. My adult children tell me that living small is trending among young people today. Mmmm…I need to do a lot more paring back to do this well.
    Thank you for your very lovely visit, Brenda.
    Mary Alice

  3. note to Jennifer – that lg. mirror can be purchased at
    It comes in three parts or if you purchase a smaller one, it is one piece.

  4. My daughter recently share the "furniture with legs" tip, but I can't afford a new sofa/chair right now. I'm looking at my slipcovers to see how they will look with the legs of the sofa exposed.

  5. While large mirrors are ubiquitous, the one you feature in an antique window frame is so much more interesting because of its architectural features. It adds structure to a fairly bland space. The arch between the rectangular doorways gives the room an architecture that is lacking without it, besides expanding the space with the mirrored frames. I just love what they did there!

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