London design firm and architectural salvage studio Retrouvius created this guest house within a tiny backyard garden cabin. The firm's motto — "bridging the gap between destruction and construction" — sums up the mini-retreat's creation from reclaimed wood and furnishings.
The guest house presents lots of good ideas for working with a small bedroom or living area. Skylights flood an otherwise dark space with light and visually open up the enclosed reclaimed wood walls, while adjustable wall-mounted sconces act as both reading lamps and directional spotlights.
Stacked, narrow shelves along one wall provide storage for shoes and books, and the bed folds up into a sleeper sofa. Folding doors open up the space to the garden, while a floor-to-ceiling curtain creates a sense of privacy at night. It's a compact but hard-working space that's worth bookmarking for anyone interested in backyard shed conversions.
MORE PHOTOS AND INFORMATION: Garden Cabin at Retrouvius.com