Anyone who owns a house should have a home garage inventory, along with a detailed list of everything else that’s being kept under their roof.
It’s a hot summer day and you’re in the garage exercising or working away on a project. A cold, refreshing beverage is calling your name, so you open your garage fridge and grab a beer, soda, or water. Having a fridge in the garage is undeniably handy in such a scenario. Is it practical or even responsible to have a second fridge running in your home, though?
Two things that most garages lack is a satisfying level of organization and visual appeal.
2020 has thrown a lot at us. One of the biggest challenges for parents and their kids has been adjusting to at-home learning.
The parents of kids who keep active with sports know the struggle of trying to keep their garage floors free from the untidiness that sports gear can cause.
Garage Living is pleased to announce the launch of Harbor Blue, our newest color that adds a unique look to any garage makeover.
Using cabinets in the garage is a great way to get more storage usage out of the space.
Shelving, overhead racks, and a slatwall hanging storage system will help immeasurably when it comes to keeping a garage organized.
If floor clutter is limiting your garage’s functionality, one of the most effective solutions to get organized is to add garage cabinets.
A well-designed garage makeover project focuses on making the garage beautiful and functional. Your garage space should be an extension of your home’s architecture, design, décor, and lifestyle.