Definitely the subject of comfort in a house is very subjective. For some, this word is directly related to the space available to the interior of the property. A clear example of this is children. Indeed, I have noticed that the little ones like to enjoy the great spaces, of an inner garden more or less loose that allows them to develop fully their games, games that involve much movement and displacement through a certain space that Provide them with comfort and security at the same time. Although, to be honest, children are not too fixated on the issue of security, they are happy simply by playing free and proof of it is the face they put on when parents announce the end of the game and the start of home or school duties. They always ask for a few more minutes of play, they are hardly satisfied until they fall, which is very difficult because of the great vitality of most of them. But there is another point that concerns the child and the space of his own property and that the child adapts to what they offer. Indeed, there are children who come to the world and are members of a family that lives in a small apartment. They do not have a garden of their own and they must play the major games in the neighborhood park, however they are absolutely happy. In other words, I daresay they don't even value their property, they just live in it. The issue lies in the round of compared, when the time comes when they receive the invitation of one of their friends and it is their turn to visit a house of larger dimensions than their own.
When this day arrives, that same evening or night or, the next day, we receive a detailed description of the property of our son's friend. Indeed, children have an amazing photographic memory and detail what they saw on their visit. In my case I had to receive this information from the mouth of one of the youngest daughters of my partner. The girl in question, just seven years old, told us at the table the Dream house she had visited the weekend in what was an invitation from girl to girl. I must say first that my partner lives in a small apartment of just two bedrooms in which one of them is occupied by her and the other for the girl. In addition to this, the room is quite small and is practically connected to the dining room in a single room. A small door connects to the kitchen and to the service room. Obviously the space of the bedrooms is also small and the girl has a small space to play. His room is full of toys that are crammed as they can in various furniture and dressers that shade the girl's bed. With this point of reference was that my partner and I received the detailed description of her daughter. To begin with, he told us that the property he had to visit was not an apartment but a well-defined house, judging by the description he gave us of the interiors, I would say that it was a luxurious chalet, because the first thing he identified was a garden in the entrance with flower It is of all kinds in its perimeter and a gigantic window that announced what came after this.
The girl referred to us that when she entered, she felt like she was entering a modern castle. The roof was quite high and there were a lot of furniture posted on colorful and nurtured carpets. A large piano appeared in the middle of the room next to a fireplace made of varnished brick. On the inside, another huge garden opened its way over the back of the house, before it emptied into a playground for the game. In that courtyard, there was a basketball board in addition to another house, the German Shepherd House of the family. The second floor of the house was described as the most welcoming place in the world as the "owner" of the house, had two rooms, one of them destined to rest and the other used exclusively as a playroom. In the playroom, he had his own computer in addition to TV, DVD player and game console. The classic toys were a separate theme and the room in question was so spacious that it could house up to two dolls houses in natural size. The stuffed animals were on the agenda and could be counted by dozens. The description of my partner's daughter was much more detailed but for reasons of space I can not recreate so in detail, but my intention was to note how each child seeks to be happy, regardless of the space that has touched to develop.