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Thread: Before & after: a garage/shed remodeled

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    Default Before & after: a garage/shed remodeled

    a garage/shed in seattle was transformed into a loftlike apartment.

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    Aww, the aftermath looks lovly but the before is not showing up for me.
    Im ashamed to say what I did for a klondike bar...

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    ^^^
    there's just one pic of the before, it's a pic of the outside.
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    Pretty cool. I like small spaces. Although I would be totally claustrophobic in that bedroom. And there's not a good place for a TV. I like the little office nook.

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    It is a cute little space and instead of it just being a wasted space, they made good use out it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
    Very well done. I LOVE the outside. I just don't get the last pic, what is that
    in front? A mirror?
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    ^^^
    i think it's the top part of the opening with the stairs/ladder leading up to the bedroom. you can see the closet downstairs from there. i think that's what creates the confusion.
    i once had a room with a mezzanine/loft and my bed was up there and the opening leading up to it was almost exactly the same.
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    I see, another hole in the ground. That would scare me, though, especially
    in the middle of the night.
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    ^^^
    i thought that at first and was amazed at how quickly i got used to it. including several drunken nights and even wild monkey sex (with no railing on the edge, either, just a kind of board thingie that was about as high as the mattress)
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    I like it ok and good for them for making the best of a small space..but that loft/bed area looks positively coffin-like!
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    I think its really neat!
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    That bedroom makes me claustrophobic.
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    The outside is charming, and the inside is very interesting.

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    I use to joke with my son and tell him to go live in the shed. I bet he'd love to live in a shed that looks like this.

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    I'd feel like I was in a coffin in that mezzanine bedroom [shudder]. And if it's tucked right under the roof I bet it gets stinking hot in the summer.
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