Garages are no longer just a place to store your car or tools. Nowadays, the garage is considered usable space and can be a key part of the property value. A great garage, with a few luxury features, can increase the value of your home or even give your family a new place to entertain.
If you are considering upgrading your garage or constructing a new space from scratch, consider adding in a luxury amenity that would suit your needs. These are just a few examples of what you can add to your garage space.
A garage can sometimes turn into a catch-all for home storage. However, you don’t have to live with giant plastic bins shoved full of holiday decorations in a corner of your space. Instead, embrace the organization by turning a wall of your garage into an ultimate storage solution. Consider built in shelving units with high end pulls. You can even add lighting to make finding your fall wreath even easier.
Your garage can be the perfect spot to catch the game on television. Consider adding a television mounted to a wall in the garage. Up the entertainment potential by adding a bar space, complete with seating for a few friends.
Concrete garage floors feel cold and industrial. Make your garage a step above by installing an epoxy floor, durable enough to handle your car tires but nice enough to make the garage feel like an extension of your home.
Space to Create
Finally, your garage can be a space to get creative. Consider adding a built-in desk or workbench, along with custom storage, lighting, and even a sink. This nook can be ideal for a hobby craftsman, potter, or an artistic kid who needs a space to make her next masterpiece.
Are you ready to make the investment in your new garage space? Give Stanley Exteriorsa call to get started. Our professionals can help you through the entire process, from design to installation. We love turning dreams into reality for each of our clients.
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