While Facebook and Twitter keep you up to date with friends, news, and memes, and Pinterest has you planning your yoga strategy and cookie recipes hand in hand, Houzz is the go-to corner of the web for the architecturally minded. Showcasing beautiful spaces and the teams behind them, Houzz catalogs well-designed and interesting spaces from around the world. Gelotte Hommas was extremely flattered to find one of our designs featured as an exemplary “man cave,” especially with Father’s Day right around the corner.
Our whimsical garage for a Seattle-based professional Porsche driver was featured as a “man cave” dream space. In their feature, Houzz focused not just on the design, but the client behind it, an essential element to any personal architectural space.
The garage blends in with the other homes and structures in the area from the exterior, employing natural tones and architectural features typical of cabins and farmhouses to make the garage seem more approachable and at home that a stark, more industrialized design. Inside, the space becomes a burst of color and life, creating an environment of encouragement and creativity for the homeowner as he resurrects dilapidated cars into a renewed glory:
We’re flattered to have been featured so prominently in Houzz and happy that the homeowner can enjoy and take advantage of a “man cave” designed specifically with him in mind and to meet the needs of his passion for restoring older cars.
Is your dream man cave a garage? Theater room? A library? Tell us about your ideal in-home getaway. Want to learn more about this specific project? Read the full article on our garage design on Houzz