Industrious and simple,
this garage on Tricia Foley’s Long Island compound is now extra living space. The window was found in Rhode Island and brought by truck in pieces to look out on a woodland view. Tricia upcycled wood planks from her home to create a painted board-and-batten wall. A sliding barn door was repurposed to add to this “open loft” style. “The studio space is both intimate and spacious,” Tricia says. “It’s a great place to think or to fill with friends and family and food and drink.”
“Crisp and clean” is a great way to describe Tricia Foley’s style. Peg racks inspired by Shaker design have linens all “party ready.” An aquarium stand becomes a chic table with the addition of a slab soapstone remnant.