Garage Decorating Guide

Blue Sky Image (1)At first glance, decorating your garage seems to be a fairly simple task. Pin up some signs, add a few chairs, and just like that, mission accomplished. However, the decoration process is much more nuanced than you may have been led to believe and a well-decorated garage is not easy to achieve. That being said, if you want to design a garage that stands out from the rest, you have come to the right place. Follow our advice in this garage decorating guide and you will become the envy of your neighborhood in no time.

Wall Signs. A popular way to give your garage character is by hanging up a wide variety of signs on the walls. These signs can be inspired by any number of factors, such as the type of car you drive, your favorite sports teams, or even your preferred brand of beer or liquor. There are not many rules when it comes to what should and should not be used to decorate the walls of your garage and simply put, the key to laying out the design on any wall is to find the signs that best portray your personality to everybody who enters your garage.

Furniture. While it may be different than the furniture you would decorate the other rooms of your home with, garage furniture is extremely important and it serves a vital role in determining the type of activities that your garage is qualified to host. With that in mind, it is crucial for your garage to have enough seating available to keep your guests comfortable whether you are working on your engine or simply enjoying each other’s company. Bar stools are known to be a popular seating choice in garages; however, benches are also appropriate. 

Flooring. The flooring in a garage needs to be versatile. While you may want to make a statement with flashy vinyl checkerboard tiles, that is probably not the best choice if you plan to use your garage as anything other than a showroom. More practical choices include epoxy paint, urethane sealant, and even concrete stain. Painting your garage floor is significantly easier than sealing it, yet urethane sealant will provide you with the best protection and keep your garage floor safe from damage. Nevertheless, if you want the best of both worlds, rubber or plastic tiles can easily be laid down to effectively protect your floor from wear and tear while allowing you to show off some style at the same time.

If you find yourself in need of further assistance while you design the garage of your dreams, please contact our garage experts at Blue Sky Builders today. For more information and tips on decorating your garage, visit us online at or call us at 630-852-8485.

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