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Make Room For Grandma

We've all heard the stories about how the dynamic in a classic SFH kind of changes when the F keeps expanding without moving out of the H, but nobody's really talking about how to make that messy situation any more, well, liveable. Michael Litchfield, author of Inlaws, Outlaws, and Granny Flats, filled the Seattle Times (via The Record) in on ways to build a mother-in-law suite and other separate living areas so the generations stay separated, even when all those boomerang kids come racing back home after getting a masters degree. [Seattle Times]