This week’s edition of House Calls takes us to Sante Fe, New Mexico, where furniture maker Jonathan Boyd transformed his workshop garage into a home customized to his tastes.
After a series of thoughtful renovations, the 800-square-foot space is now an intimate, homey one-bedroom residence with a bright, expansive living area. For Boyd, the furniture was an opportunity for him to riff on designers he admires. “I’m inspired by the shapes and got a chance to make things for myself to live with,” he says of handmade items like the Jean Prouvé-inspired midcentury stools in the kitchen.
Taking inspiration from the warm home, we sourced the key products—or similar finds—from a few standout rooms so you can bring the look into your own space.
This multifunctional is a smart option to add extra storage and prep space, while also giving you a spot to eat your omelette in the morning.
A staple in any kitchen, these 100 percent cotton dish towels are affordable, absorbent, and machine washable. Plus, you can’t go wrong with a classic checkered pattern.
This five-star rated wooden bar stool set features a simple design and built-in foot bars for comfort. Also available in natural or white.
An updated take on a midcentury modern style, this well-reviewed coffee table features four flared legs and an abstract-shaped top. It’s also available in black, walnut, or white.
Available in a plethora of colors and sizes, this simple, earthenware planter comes with a drainage hole and a matching saucer.
Add a warm and inviting touch by tossing this blue and white blanket over your bed or sofa as a cozy accent piece. The design is finished with fringe.
This version of the classic Eames Shell Chair is sophisticated with an understated but modern edge. Available in 14 different colors.
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