Where better to live a motorcycle enthusiast than informer auto garage? Biker Spencer Steed and his fiancee Alex Tovey, students of law college, could not refuse the opportunity to live here. But first acquiring housing and agreeing to get married in the fall of 2013, they wanted to make this space in the center of the city of Salt Lake City more comfortable. Fans of industrial design will find many original ideas for creating industrial style in the interior. In accordance with the original production room, the couple added decor in the style of a mechanical workshop, coarse trophy items and unfinished surfaces to create a place with an industrial atmosphere, but at the same time feel like home. Alex and Spencer did everything possible to include household elements, preserving and honoring the industrial style of the space, as can be seen in the photo of their garage-living room-dining room. “The attractiveness of living in the old autogarage and its design from an aesthetic point of view was fun and unusual,” says Spencer. “We will probably never again live in a place like this in the future.” This is our first joint home, which we will always remember. ” Bedroom supports bold appeal, gray wallsfrom slag blocks, concrete floors and open fittings. The American oil mark was left in the room when the couple arrived here. Corrugated fiberglass panels, attached to the plywood on a steel frame, make up the walls of the bedroom. The steel door of the closet slides along the ceiling rail. “Our favorite place is the bedroom,” says Alex. “This is the most comfortable nest in our house where we can relax.” Alex and Spencer polished old military boxes found in the online store, covered with polyurethane varnish, put them on each other and added empty baskets to create a chest of drawers. Materials for finishing work - only primer and putty. Untreated and unfinished surfaces define the overall style of housing. Spencer bought a ram’s head at a local taxidermy store. Steel surgical shell iscentral bathroom facility. To contrast with steel reinforcement, Spencer brought various wooden objects, like those military boxes that stand in the bedroom. Bright elements of the entrance hall - red boxes and an American flag (a friend's gift) - are opposed to the muted tones of the cement floor and steel door. Spencer cooked together two chairs from the bushis grandfather and set as a bench in the hallway. The shelf for footwear is several reusable shelves which were left by the previous owner of the room. Alex and Spencer salute the former owner for a large share of aesthetics in space design. A large dining table dominates the area.the former garage. Slide doors open onto the courtyard. Spencer also uses this space to repair its motorcycles. “This is a perfect distraction from homework,” he says. Alex and Spencer use in everyday life most of the design items and furniture from military surplus stores and scrap metal warehouses. Spencer made a coffee table from restored wood and painted it. Large carpet determines the size of the living room in an open plan. A friend of the couple, working in a custom-made furniture company, brought them a side table. This metal table is purchased via private internet ads for $ 17. Bedroom plywood fence forms a simple wallthe kitchen. Vintage accessories - a large mirror and an antique sign - dilute the style. An industrial sink and countertop brought from a food delivery restaurant across the road. The previous owner installed a lamp from the dental office above the kitchen table.