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How to Give Your Garage a New Look


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Here are several suggestions on how to convert your garage into something new and exciting.

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How to Give Your Garage a New Look

  1. 1. SCREENING ROOM GYM SPARE BEDROOM ART STUDIO LIBRARY HOME OFFICE GAME ROOM WORKSHOP CRAFT ROOM IN-LAW APARTMENT If you run a business out of your house, converting your garage into an office can be a good idea. It will give you a dedicated space to concentrate on work or meet with clients. Pingpong tables, pool tables and pinball machines are fun but take a lot of space. Changing your garage into a spot for a little friendly competition means you won’t have to give up your sofa or dining room table for it. If you like working with your hands, you might already have the perfect space. The best part about this idea is that you don’t need to do a lot of remodeling to the garage. Just arrange your tools the way you want, keep your car outside and you’re all set. If you’re having trouble finding the room inside your house to focus on your hobbies, consider this conversion. You can add customized storage for all the supplies and tools you use. More families are living with multiple generations under the same roof for various reasons. Having a cozy separate living unit can give your extended family members the privacy and comfort they want. A home theater can be a great use for the open floor plan of most garages. Whether you go all-in with movie theater seats and a projector or make it a more traditional media room, you can create a comfortable place to relax and watch what you want. Going to the gym for a workout can be as easy as walking into your garage. You’ll have plenty of space for all of the fitness equipment you want, and you’ll be able to spread out and exercise without worrying about anyone getting in your way. Which would you rather share your home with — your car or your friends and family? If you convert your garage into an extra bedroom, you’ll exchange storage space for an excuse to invite people over to spend more time with you. Don’t let your lack of space crush your creative spirit. By turning your garage into a studio, you’ll be able to work on even large-scale works of art in peace and security. Depending on the layout of your home, your garage most likely is set off from the rest of the house. This could make it ideal for a quiet reading area that can provide you with a respite from a noisy family. Give Your Garage a NEW LOOK HOW TO