You can extend your home by a variety of means. One of the most familiar is building an actual, spatial extension, such as a dormer or bay window. Somewhat less obvious is the technique of visual extension, whereby views of distant scenes relieve the tight feeling of small rooms. Imagine making a phone call in a telephone booth that is wrapped in aluminum siding from top to bottom. You would feel claustrophobic, notice how small the phone booth really is. But when you occupy a regulation glass-walled booth on a street corner, you are hardly aware of its narrow dimensions. You feel as though you were still outside, participating in the passing scene. You are comfortable inside