Your garage doesn’t have to be just a place to park your cars and keep all your yard work equipment. If you have the space, the time, and the imagination, you can turn your garage into a luxurious paradise to spend your time in. Whether you want it to look spectacular, or you want to turn it into a haven for your hobbies, here are our favorite ways to turn your garage into your own personal heaven.
Beautiful Garage Door Designs
If you want a paradise, it should look like a paradise inside and out. You can get custom garage door designs that look stunningly beautiful, from solid dark wood with wrought iron handles and decorations to panels made entirely of glass. You can also choose between carriage doors with a classic look and operation to a convenient overhead door to better fit with something like a car showroom garage. You can pick a design that perfectly fits with the style you want for your new luxury garage.
Gorgeous Garage Flooring
Another way to dramatically improve the aesthetics of your garage is by changing the flooring. Two options that look great: you can have over top of a concrete base for better strength and durability. First, you can get a natural stone epoxy coating that also has excellent shine but its own natural beauty.
Alternatively, you can apply polyurea or polyaspartic floor coating that looks clean, shining, and very visually appealing. Polyaspartic floors look great for workshop or car showroom garages if that’s the luxury garage you want.
Custom Cabinets & Storage
To add some luxury function to your garage, no matter what theme you want, you can have custom cabinets and storage built all throughout the garage. Practical and organized storage helps your garage stay clean to keep up its appearance, and the cabinets themselves can add their own quality depending on how you have them designed.
Lots of Windows for Natural Light
What can really add to the look of your garage, especially if you use some of the flooring mentioned above, is by having tons of natural light. Garage doors that are almost entirely made of glass, big floor to ceiling windows, and maybe even windows in the roof or ceiling are the best ways to let more sunlight inside. If you still want some privacy, you can have the glass frosted so people can’t easily see inside but still let the sunlight through.
Complete Workshop Set Up
If you love having DIY projects for around the house, working on your classic cars, or anything that necessitates having a workshop, you can turn your garage into a workshop paradise with all the tools and equipment you need built into the garage. If you work on cars, add a car lift to raise it up in the air to make it easier to access the underside; if you have hobbies like building or painting models, you can have the right tables, comfortable chairs, paint stations, and all the tools you’d need, and so on.
Classic & Sports Car Showroom
If you’re a car enthusiast, with classic hot rods or new sports cars, you might think it’s a shame for the cars to be kept away in your garage for a lot of the year when you’re not driving them — if you drive them at all. You can turn your garage into a showroom, with lots of natural light or spotlights, car lifts, or raised plinths for the cars to sit on so you can show them off.
Beer Making Haven
If you’re a beer, or wine, enthusiast that loves to make your own, you can turn your garage into your own brewery, winery, or distillery. Make sure you consult your relevant laws to see what limitations you have. Still, you can set up all the necessary stations for the process of making your own beer or wine: the large pots for boiling, the buckets for fermenting, the tubes for bottling, and racks or cabinets for storage. You can also improve the insulation to regulate the temperature better, or even add little fridges or wine racks.