Small v. Tiny

Montepulciano

HGTV’s latest installation of House Hunters (my guilty pleasure) is “Tiny House Hunters,” promoting the new trend of less-is-more living. Big is good (McMansions / log cabins / million-dollar rooms) and tiny might even be better, but what about just…small? It got me thinking about apartments I’ve lived in Italy, where small is the name of the game. I remember trying to dust what I thought was a little chest of drawers in an apartment in Spoleto, when all of a sudden the front dropped forward and a spare bed popped out! Italians sure know how to maximize space. Dolce Vita US is about importing (completely duty-free) the best parts of Italy, making American life just a little more Italian. Home is the best place to start! In the vein of Sarah Susanka, author of The Not So Big House, I am going to take the next few blog posts to explore how Italians live so well in such small spaces. Comment and share your Italian apartment stories!

Photo of Montepulciano by Lukasz Czechowicz, used under a CC license.

Emilia :)
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3 Comments Add yours

  1. Michele Craycroft says:

    Love it! Can’t wait to read future articles.

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  2. Kathy Vaughn says:

    I would love to read other posts

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    1. Thank you, Kathy! If you like, you can subscribe on the home page. Just enter your email and you’ll be signed up to receive each new post.
      Emilia 🙂

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