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    SLO physicians Rushdi and Nisha Abdul Cader decided to make the most of a 336-square-foot guest suite on their property, featuring high-end design and a peacock theme.

SLO physicians Rushdi and Nisha Abdul Cader decided to make the most of a 336-square-foot guest suite on their property, featuring high-end design and a peacock theme. David Middlecamp The Tribune
SLO physicians Rushdi and Nisha Abdul Cader decided to make the most of a 336-square-foot guest suite on their property, featuring high-end design and a peacock theme. David Middlecamp The Tribune

How this SLO couple created the ‘illusion of space’ in a 336-square-foot guest home

November 13, 2017 12:44 PM

UPDATED November 14, 2017 12:27 PM