Juliet Grable is an accomplished writer with years of experience writing about design and construction. She is especially excited to cover trends in green building, renewable energy, and resilient design. Juliet excels at translating technical topics into engaging prose. When she’s not at her desk, you can find Juliet in her garden, paddling on the coast with her husband Brint, playing music with friends, or exploring the forest with her dog, Roca.
- 10+ years experience writing about sustainable building and design
- Bylines with The Spruce, Popular Science, Green Builder, Architectural Record, Sierra, Washington Post, and many more
- Author of three books on exemplary sustainable design projects for Ecotone Publishing
Juliet writes about tiny homes for The Spruce. She also creates technical courses on a variety of building-related topics for Confluence Communications. Before that, she served as Managing Editor for Green Builder Magazine. Juliet has hands-on experience building and remodeling houses and living in tiny homes, including a 35-foot sailboat named Wild Rose. Most recently, she and her husband completed a 400-square-foot cabin for her father-in-law on their mountain property in Oregon.
Juliet earned a BS in ecology way back in the 1990s; an MFA in creative writing from the University of San Francisco helped hone her writing skills.
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