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You'll notice with each level you move from top to bottom. Also notice that each level moves from ONLY taking up air space to taking up walking space.
Items that DO NOT affect your walking zone are considered to be items that take up air space.
The further up your item is positioned freer your walking zone. And more space you have in your home. The highest level that you can go is Level 3.
In which an item you purchase is mounted from your ceiling.
You may have, in past, considered furnishing your home using these three levels, but only under certain conditions. For example, you may have first wanted a floor lamp but instead decided to get a sconce installed on your wall or a chandelier mounted from ceiling rather than your first initial idea.
That is a situation in which all three levels are used accidentally.
But normally, you are likely to find that you have constantly left out Level 2 and Level 3 when you consider furnishing your home with a new item.
The reason for this is easy to understand--you normally see what you want and then you buy it.
And when you've done this there has been very little organization in furnishing your home.
Except with thought of whether you have enough floor space for item in consideration.
Before today, when you've considered purchasing an item you haven't really considered three levels in combination with item that you want.
You were never taught, and never thought, much about three levels because history never offered such circumstances until recently.
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