Before & After – A Horse Stable Is Transformed Into Space For Living

What was once a detached stable and garage that had fallen into disuse, has been transformed into a studio space with a kitchen and bedroom.

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We don’t often see stables that have been turned into homes or studio spaces, but this project in Kirkland, Washington, does just that.

What was once a detached stable and garage that had fallen into disuse, has been transformed into a studio space with a kitchen and bedroom.

 

Here’s a look at the stable before it was given a new life…

BEFORE PHOTOS - What was once a detached stable and garage that had fallen into disuse, has been transformed into a studio space with a kitchen and bedroom.

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were given the task by their clients, a painter and digital designer, that had no horses themselves, to enclose and convert the stable into a flexible studio space for working and painting, as well as a guest space for visiting family.

Here’s the end result…


AFTER PHOTOS - What was once a detached stable and garage that had fallen into disuse, has been transformed into a studio space with a kitchen and bedroom.

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Let’s have a look inside…white walls and ceiling, touches of wood, concrete floors and a pop of yellow make up the interior color palette.


White walls, a pitched ceiling, touches of wood and concrete floors, make up the interior color palette in this guest house.

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The main studio area has a small kitchen and a sitting room with fireplace. The yellow sliding barn doors run the length of the space, allowing sections to be closed off when required.


Yellow sliding barn doors run the length of this guest house, allowing sections to be closed off when needed.

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Just off the living area is the bedroom.


Large yellow sliding barn doors close off this minimalist bedroom from the main space.

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At the other end of the space is the artist studio area, with windows that provide views of the surrounding nature. You can see how the sliding barn doors continue to hide the mudroom.


SHED Architecture & Design were given the task by their clients, a painter and digital designer, that had no horses themselves, to enclose and convert the stable into a flexible studio space for working and painting, as well as a guest space for visiting family.

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Located just off the studio area is the mudroom.


This former stable converted into an artists studio, has a minimalist mudroom.

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There’s also a bathroom with a pitched ceiling, and frame-less glass separates the shower from the rest of the space.


This bathroom has a pitched ceiling, and frame-less glass separates the shower from the rest of the space.

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