If you’ve been inspired by our first five DIY ideas for sprucing up your garage, maybe we’ve whet your appetite for a few more. With a bit of effort, your garage could be transformed from a neglected part of your home into something that really adds to your curb appeal. Perhaps there is another way that you could use that valuable extra space? Let’s take a look at another five ideas to upgrade your garage this weekend.
1. Mud room
If you like country walks or have a dog to exercise, maybe you have always thought how useful a mud room would be. More than just a utility space, this is a great idea for converting a small corner of your garage into a dedicated area for cleaning up before entering the house. With the help of DIY shelving, shoe storage, sink and moppable flooring, you will soon be in business. For an upscale finish, you can even board and batten the walls.
2. Garage Entry
If you have more than one door to your garage, why not give them all a lick of paint to give them a uniform look? A good clean-up beforehand will give you chance to declutter and free up space.
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3. Multipurpose Remodel
By taking an imaginative approach to the use of your space, a garage or part of a garage can be remodelled into any number of useful things, such as a play area, laundry room, workshop, or home office.
4. Utility Area
Free up valuable space in your kitchen by relocating white goods into the garage. Chest freezers, washing machines and dryers can all find a home here, leaving you free to remodel or declutter your kitchen with extra storage.
5. Conversion to a Family Room
For a bigger project to sink your teeth into, if you need extra living space, why not look at a full garage conversion into a much-needed, permanent extra family room? A garage is a great size for an extra living room, bedroom or dining room, and you may not need planning permission.