The Northwest home has seen dramatic changes since the Seattle Home Show first opened its doors in 1939. As it celebrates its 75thanniversary this February, tiny homes will play a big part of this year’s show. Exhibitors are working hard building and setting up these homes in time for opening day this Saturday. A variety of tiny home types will be on display, from a tiny “collapsible” log cabin to a brand-new modular backyard cottage designed to meet the Northwest’s need for detached accessory dwelling units (DADUs) especially in urban settings such as Seattle where available housing inventory is in short supply.
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