“Far from the city’s dust and heat,
I get sounds and odours sweet,
Who can wonder why I love to stay,
Week after week, here hidden away,
In this sly nook that I love the best,
This little brown house
like a ground-bird’s nest?”
That is Ella Wheeler Wilcox (1850-1911), an American author and poetess. The poetess speaks sweetly about her farmhouse home that she loved so deeply.
A home is not a place, it’s a feeling. Also, a safe haven and a comfort zone where we build memories and where we can truly be ourselves.It’s furniture that gives life to the home and makes a house a home. Furniture can impact all aspects of space, which is why it is so important. And the placement, size and design of furniture often structures how people move around in a room and how easily they can access key features.
The grace and beauty of the house would....
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