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And this is a good example of when Level 2 is often left out of picture.
Level 2 will not take up floor space but it will interfere with your walking zone majority of time.
The higher an item is positioned on your wall less it will interfere with your walking zone.
If it is positioned very high on your wall it will have same exact advantages as Level 3. It will only take up air space and offer no space interference. --------------------- Level 3: Ceiling ---------------------
Same goes with tvs and Level 3. There are dozens of ceiling mounts out there that your tvs can be mounted on.
But ceiling wall mounts don't arise to surface of many minds. And this also makes a good example of how Level 3 is often left out of picture when furnishing your home.
Level 3 will not take up floor space or interfere with your walking zone (assuming you are not so tall that you actually reach your ceiling). Level three only takes up air space.
It offers most advantages.
There are dozens and dozens of items out there that you may not even know exists that you can furnish your home with.
That are considered much lighter and more suitable alternatives than what you have in your home right now.
Consider an aquarium and three levels. Did you know that wall aquariums existed?
Not type that you put inside of a wall, but type of aquarium in which you can hang on your wall like a picture?
They are often referred to as Living Pictures.
Living Pictures could be saving you space in your home right now if you knew about them.
If you own an aquarium that's taking up a large amount of floor space you could easily incorporate Level 2 in your home to give yourself more room.
Not to mention you have more of an advantage by being able to place your Living Picture just about anywhere in your home.
Knowing about top-to-bottom-strategy is offering yourself more freedom. And more knowledge. And knowledge is power.
One of best ways that you can find out about these items is by using top-to-bottom-strategy in combination with surfing net and researching each item that you're interested in.
Always remember to research what you want (using top-to- bottom-strategy) before you go out and buy what you see.
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