The next time you park your car in the garage, it’ll be hard not to start dreaming up an extravagant renovation plan after you see what one Seattle-based visual and performance artist did with a tiny, tired car port.
Michelle de la Vega acted as her own general contractor, transforming her one-car garage into a fully functioning, 250-square-foot home that’s nothing short of a cozy paradise. According to The New York Times, de la Vega pulled off the whole renovation for under $32,000. The space now includes a sleeping loft, a bathroom, and a wood-burning stove, as well as furniture pieces that were either custom-built or salvaged, refurbished, and re-purposed by de la Vega herself.
Now, prepare to be marveled by this clever, space-saving garage transformation:
Interior | Before
Interior | After
Read more about Michelle’s garage-to-tiny home conversion at The New York Times.