Bungalow Guest House

We were tasked with renovating a crumbling detached garage w/ addition into a Tiny House/Mother-in-Law Suite. We removed most of the old framing except for the roof and completely rebuilt the structure. We added a kitchenette/laundry room with plenty of custom and salvaged touches. Also, a roomy bathroom in the style of the 1929 main house and a bedroom/living area. The project resulted in a fully functional 380 SF Mother-in-Law Suite with custom detailing that feels original to the historic home it is a part of.
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Kitchenette with custom Brazillian Cherry counter, salvaged cabinets with restored hardware, Marmoleum brand linoleum flooring, salvaged and restored door. Custom historic double hung window. Photos: Scott Sidler
“Under counter fridge” — ferrystreet
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A laundry nook that is a part of the kitchenette, but hidden behind a curtain. Custom breadboard washer/dryer stand with basket cubbies. Photos: Scott Sidler
“Curtain” — jrdltmr
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Bar sink added into custom Brazillian Cherry countertop. Photos: Scott Sidler
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salvage kitchen cabinets left rustic but with restored Victorian hardware Photos: Scott Sidler
“restored Victorian hardware” — Christine Carver
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Reclaimed door with added antique glass and new rim lock hardware. Photos: Scott Sidler
“Thick trim, and bold paint.” — Walt Tramontana
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Bedroom/living area with refinished antique cedar chest. Photos: Scott Sidler
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Restored side table modified to become vanity with vessel sink. Beadboard wainscoting with custom chair rail. Photos: Scott Sidler
“beadboard wainscoting” — Christine Carver
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Neo-angle shower stall with subway tile and hexagon floor tile. Creative custom shower curtain bar made from galvanized electrical conduit, historic double hung window. Photos: Scott Sidler
“curbless entry instead” — Diana Lo
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Vintage rustic door with refinished hardware, toilet niche. Photos: Scott Sidler
“door” — theresasobczak
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New Cedar clapboard siding and trim profiles to match the main house. Photos: Scott Sidler
“Siding” — spiderdan
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Rafter tails, and historic windows. Photos: Scott Sidler
“exterior.....example of paint color” — santaclaus1
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Custom historic replica double hung wood windows Photos: Scott Sidler
“green paint” — kathylange
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Salvaged, cast-iron, stained glass entry light. Photos: Scott Sidler
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Before photos of future layout taped out (future bathroom in back of photo. Taken from entryway. Photos: Scott Sidler
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Before photo of future kitchenette area. Photos: Scott Sidler
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During reconstruction of exterior walls. Photos: Scott Sidler
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