Turning an Eyesore into an Asset
Located in California, this 1920s garage has been converted into a guest house and studio space. Designed by Beth Dana, it possesses a fresh rustic character, combining new and vintage furniture, textured concrete flooring and barn doors. White walls give it a clean and bigger feel that goes well with its wooden accents. A small kitchen and bathroom makes the space private and functional. The lofted bedroom located above the living room takes advantage of the garage’s high ceiling. Check out more these photos and tell us what you think on our Facebook Page!
“It’s a mishmash of things that make me happy, plus nothing cost too much,” she says. Industrial-style desk chair: Cost Plus World Market ; white sofa and gray rugs: Ikea; striped chair: Prize; ottoman and sisal rug: Pottery Barn; side tables: Mexican antiques; lamps: Bed Bath & Beyond; pillows: Cost Plus World Market and Dana’s own collection
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