In California, where the climate is temperate and houses are small (and expensive), it's common for homeowners to annex the garage as living space. This parking-space-turned-garden-room in West LA by David John and Krista Schrock of DISC Interiors might be the prettiest garage conversion we've seen yet.
Photographs by David John.
Above: The black pipe desk with brass fittings and ash tabletop is from LA-based To Do Something. The Enzo Task Lamp of antiqued brass with a shesham wood base is $550 at Jayson Home & Garden. The brass Nina Tapered Table Lamp by Thomas O'Brien for Visual Comfort is $272.90. The copper Spun Metal Side Table is $395 at Lawson Fenning in Los Angeles. The Blue and White Spotted Vase by Matthias Merkel Hess was sourced from Iko Iko and the Adam Silverman vase is from Heath Ceramics.
Above: The custom cabinetry was designed by DISC and fabricated by To Do Something (it's painted in Benjamin Moore OC-12 Muslin); the Classic Cabinet Knobs in brass are from Rejuvenation Hardware. The vintage side table is from Lawson-Fenning and the 1960s ceramic table lamp is from Surfing Cowboys. The Blue Pebble Pillow is by LA textile designer Annabel Inganni of Wolfum.
Above: DISC designed the custom ottoman covered in a tweedy fabric; the vase is vintage. The Braided Hemp Rug is from Restoration Hardware. The floors are painted in Benjamin Moore's Epoxy OC-1 Natural Wicker.
Above R: The owner made the ceiling pendant in a crafts class using a wire frame and popsicle sticks.
Above: DISC painted the mirrored doors, which were original to the house, in chalkboard paint.
Above: The custom purple awning from Van Nuys Awning is made from Sunbrella fabric.