My Houzz: Couple's Two-Car Garage Becomes Their Chic New HomeIndustrial Shed, Portland
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Homeowners Bryan and Jen Danger looked for ways to repurpose as many building materials as possible during the garage’s transformation to a studio apartment, and this included making house numbers out of a box of leftover Robertson screws. The result is a unique house marker that complements the studio’s modern-industrial feel, can be easily seen from the street, and cuts down on cost from purchasing new materials.Great for: Urban buildings, and modern and eclectic styles.Watch on Houzz TV: See how this couple turned a garage into a home
17. No material left behind in Oregon. Jen and Bryan Danger tried to use as much reclaimed material as possible in their so-called accessory dwelling unit in Portland. The couple used screws to make the numbers on their house-design studio. Read more about this live-work home
Leftover screws were used to make the studio’s house numbers. The couple tried to use as much reclaimed material as possible.