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Garage Goals: How to Design a Garage Space

So you have a garage space but don’t know how to organize and design it to suit your needs? If so, then keep reading to find out the best ways to make your garage fully functional and aesthetic. Firstly, you need to determine what your garage goals are. What types of things do you need to store in your garage or Garage Gift? Will you be parking cars in the garage?

How to Accomplish Your Garage Goals

There are a few very simple things you can do to make your garage feel like a custom show space. Firstly, a fresh coat of white paint always helps brighten up the space. Usually garages only have a couple windows, if any at all, so it is important to keep the wall color bright. I also recommend a glossy paint finish in your garage to ensure easy cleanup.

If you want your garage space to double as a workspace to do DIY projects then having an epoxy floor is a must. The basic concrete slab flooring is not ideal as it permanently soaks up and oil or dirty. Having a company come and pour a rubber or epoxy floor down is easy and a cheap upgrade that makes the space feel professional.

Furthermore, you need to consider storage. If you have many tools then I suggest installing built-in garage cabinets made from metal or other sturdy materials. You can also go with utility cabinets that are removable if you plan on moving in the near future. Thinking about where you keep your garbage cans is also an important aspect that many people forget when designing there garage space.

Having a garage is a luxury that is very common in the suburbs. The image below is a great example of what your garage can be like with some updating.


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You definitely do not want a garage space to look cluttered and dirty like the one in the image below.

Concluding Thoughts:

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