See How a Plain Old Garage Was Converted into a Stunningly Tasteful House

See How a Plain Old Garage Was Converted into a Stunningly Tasteful House

You won't believe how "Another Garage Converted into 340 Sq. Ft. Tiny Cottage" became a tiny house suitable for living! This converted garage is a lovely tiny house space, you'll be surprised at just how modern and spacious it is.

This garage was converted into a 340 square foot tiny cottage with an upstairs loft by ART Design Build. When you go inside youll find an open living area that converts into a bedroom with the use of a murphy bed. The same living area triples its functionality by serving as an office with the built in desk and shelving in the room. In addition youll find a kitchen, bathroom, and upstairs sleeping loft as you continue exploring this tiny cottage below. The built in's in this tiny house are really what make this tiny space stand out, with the shelving beside the murphy bed, the amazing office use of space and the kitchen cabinetry.

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