Sometimes a garage is just a garage and other times a garage is a miniature modern house just waiting to happen. In this case, it’s the latter, which means I probably need to pack my bags, move back to Seattle and into this (now) house.
It’s not actually available, but I’m just crossing my fingers that designer Michelle de la Vega needs a few roommates (my husband, my dog, and I) in her fully functional 250 square foot space. We can all fit in there, right?
In all seriousness though, this remodel is really incredible. Michelle custom built most of the furniture and salvaged old fixtures for the project as well. Here’s a quick look at the inside of this shoebox dwelling.
For more photos of this remodel, click here.
Has anyone noticed that these are two different building at two different sites? Height and roof line don’t match, the ground levels are different. Trees are different (not so easy to do in a remodel) and much more.
Wow! so nice.
I like the idea, it can be used for guest house or for your growing up childrens
no way do i live with a LADDER in my way in the kitchen.would have been better to build stairs against the wall to access the bed,which ,i dont do stairs,so someone else would be sleeping there.(i’d also pay to watch someone MAKE that bed…i dont do CRAWL,either…)didnt notice any BATHROOM pix…if YOU wouldnt LIVE there,why would you expect GUESTS to stay there?
The height of the ceiling makes it so spacious. Love it
This looks really awesome. Great designs!