Once a milking parlor, this building on the edge of the property has since been converted into a spacious garage. A pitched roof and rustic wood beams give the structure a hint of country style, so that it still speaks to its surroundings, while two broad doors open to reveal the owners' classic car collection.
A collection of white frames featuring colorful, antique cars decorate this wainscoted wall in the living room. Below, a console table is just the right height to easily reach books and water the orchid.
The carriage house, designed to store and display an impressive car collection, is nestled among the trees. The structure, resembling an old barn, relates to its surroundings and provides an area for running the cars' motors outdoors and includes space for outdoor display.
Compared to his sisters' rooms, this boy's room was cooler in tone with slate wall covering, gray wall paint and shades of blue decor. Acrylic cubes and shelves display the toy car collection in a modern and unique aesthetic. The acrylic finish does not distract from the wall covering behind and creates a playful "floating" look.
To accommodate the owner’s expanding collection, it was evident that the car showroom was of importance. Incorporated into the design of the dream garage were 11-foot ceilings and a hoist that allows up to 14 cars to be showcased. Last but not least: a full-service detailing station.
The outbuilding of this historic Los Feliz home is multifunctional. The ground floor of the building plays host to the garage, which contains the family's collection of cars, while the second floor is home to the family's library, which is complete with reading nooks, a bathroom, a conference table and storage areas.