Arizona designer Georgia Bates converted a dilapidated space that once housed a 1920s grocery store in downtown Phoenix into a home that she filled with a collection of Mexican antiques, art and artifacts, combined with modern pieces. The faded concrete floors are original to the building.
She also turned a 1929 bungalow on the property into her design studio.
all photos michael mcnamara/arizona republic via azcentral
Aren't you just lovin' those perfectly worn and imperfect concrete floors? I love the shot of the bathroom!