It’s been a while now since Lisa first suggested we enter our Bungaloft project in the Build It Green! Home Tour. Once we were accepted (and committed, or more likely, […]
A beautiful print makes the job of settling into a new house much more rewarding.
Last Saturday we participated in the 2011 Build it Green Home Tour and had a lot of interest in the small scale of our Bungaloft project. It seems that a […]
After staring at roof brackets in our bungalow-filled neighborhoods for some time, I finally had to commit and make my own. Our theme with the project is to attempt to […]
How I plumbed my house in multiple colors.
Lisa spent some time making sawdust in the front yard recently. We had finally decided that the Bungaloft penninsula counter top would be a butcher block surface. Since there was […]
At 6′ 5″ inches tall, my interest in things small might seem inexplicable, but the fact remains – small things are cool. And there is not much cooler than a […]
It’s amazing to consider that our 550 sq ft house has already had at least two additions. Just lately I’m beginning to feel some serious street cred for small house […]
Since we moved into the 5th wheel in the driveway, the loss of daily routines has been among the most trying aspects of our daily life. The thought that you […]
I received an email from an old friend in Texas commenting on the heat wave Portland was experiencing just lately. Having grown up in the Lone Star State, I can […]