Paige Morse is a talented interior designer and styling expert. Perhaps one of her most impressive projects is this backyard she shed, complete with a kitchen and all the amenities needed for full-time comfortable living. While the exterior is lovely, you will be stunned when you see the cozy, luxurious interior.
Stepping inside, your eye is drawn to the natural elements integrated into the interior, like this houseplant hanging from a branch rod.
But what you will really want to do the moment you walk in is flop down on this plush couch …
The décor in this living area is astonishingly beautiful! A simple black and white color scheme keeps the home from looking cluttered despite its small size—just 250 square feet.
There is a fridge and freezer, a stove with four burners, and a sink in the kitchen. Paige points out that if you want to get the most out of a small kitchen like this, you do need to be prepared to learn some simple recipes.
The bathroom includes a working sink and toilet, two mirrors to enhance the size of the small space, and storage hidden beneath the sink. If you are wondering about what you see on the left-hand wall, those are book pages.
Because Paige went with white for the walls, they do not look overcrowded despite how many pictures, shelves and decorative items you see here.
Notice the stripes on the carpet, also present throughout the design in other aspects of the home’s décor? The stripes are not a random feature. They are included for a very purposeful reason. According to Paige, stripes have a widening, elongating effect. This helps to create an illusion that a space is larger than it really is.
Originally, believe it or not, this amazing abode started out as a set of run-down garden sheds, each around a hundred years old.
Paige took only four months to complete her renovation on the sheds, transforming them into this gorgeous two-bedroom home.
She was able to save money on construction by using found items. Like the house itself, much of what you see inside has been renovated, upcycled or upgraded. In fact, the sink in the bathroom was discovered under the floorboards of one of the old sheds!
Impressed by Paige’s stunning work? You can read more about her project on Country Living, and you can also visit Paige at her website here where you can view more of her interior design, styling work and collaborations.