Jon Ryder, 28, from Sheffield, England, has found a rather unusual answer to that question. Every time he gets back home, his yellow 1996 F355 Spider that he bought two years ago, is occupying a very special parking spot: Ryder’s living room.
The logistics are quite simple actually: A curtain camouflages the garage door, which is located at the end for the room. Take that, interior designers!
It took Ryder about a month and some GBP900 (USD1,450) to perform this conversion, but the end result even managed to please his wife.
”When we decided to move house last year I instantly saw the potential to convert it,” Ryder was quoted as saying by SWNS via Bornrich. ”The conversion took me about a month working singlehandedly (apart from the plastering) between my full-time job. I’m a tight Yorkshireman so I kept to a budget and did the work myself as I wasn’t sure how it would turn.”
”I furnished the room with items we’d not used after moving house – the TV cabinet was a towel box, the curtains and matching cushions came from our last living room,” he continued. “My wife did keep reminding me, ‘it is just a garage’. She now admits it’s a very nice comfortable lounging room and garage!”