The hardest part of moving into a 96-square-foot home, Finn said, is paring down and deciding what to keep in such a tiny space.
“Need is a tricky word,” Finn said. People don’t “need” a chair or table, they can sit on the bed, he added. But the idea is to decide what is necessary for each specific person.
“What’s going to make it a comfortable and enjoyable place to spend time?” Finn asked.
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