Tips for vital small

June 22, 2015 - accent chair

“If it doesn’t move we joy, maybe we don’t need it,” Vina Lustado, an interior engineer in Ojai, Calif., says, echoing a truth of Marie Kondo, a Japanese classification expert; a vital area of her 140-square-foot home. Illustrates DESIGN-SMALL (category l), by Megan Buerger, special to The Washington Post. Moved Thursday, Jun 11, 2015. (MUST CREDIT: Eileen D. Ringwald). Photo: RINGWALD, STR / THE WASHINGTON POST

“If it doesn’t move we joy, maybe we don’t need it,” Vina Lustado, an interior engineer in Ojai, Calif., says, echoing a truth of Marie Kondo, a Japanese classification expert; a vital area of her 140-square-foot home. Illustrates DESIGN-SMALL (category l), by Megan Buerger, special to The Washington Post. Moved Thursday, Jun 11, 2015. (MUST CREDIT: Eileen D. Ringwald).

For some people, a choice to live in a tiny space is all about location, a possibility to live in a core of a action. But for others, it’s about a leisure of vital light.

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