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If you live in Seattle, Washington, you are very much aware of the quickly increasing affordability issues of the city. However, you may not be aware that the Office of Planning and Development recently launched the ADUniverse website with information and plans on how to build a permitted ADU or DADU in a Seattle backyard. […]Continue reading
By: Shirley J. Loomis There is a lot of hub-bub today about tiny houses. I can only tell one story, about one tiny house, and the one woman who built it, me. Gentlemen I hope you will find it worth the read, but ladies this one is really meant for you. Here’s a little about […]Continue reading
Howdy ladies! This post is for all those cowgirls, or wanna-be cowgirls out there…and the men who love them. Sisters on the Fly is a group of nearly 1,000 women from around the U.S. who own and restore vintage camping trailers. They take their colorful homes on wheels on the Cowgirl Caravan to partake in […]Continue reading
There is something feminine about straw bale homes. The warmth, curves and color of these natural spaces act like a hug when you walk in the door. While these profiled straw bale homes are small rather than tiny (most are around 400-800 square feet) they were envisioned, designed and built by women that I feel […]Continue reading