Are you looking to create more living space in your home?
Maybe your son just got home from college and is looking for a little more privacy. Or maybe your house is filled with kids and you’d really love it if you could create a man cave or a quiet place for your wife to get away from the kids for a while.
Whatever your reasoning may be, remodelling your garage and turning it into a proper living space is definitely a great idea.
Here are five ideas to help you get started.
If your kitchen is currently located right next to your garage, it’s certainly possible to knock down a wall and expand your kitchen, in particular, the dining area.
If you have a large family, or you regularly like to entertain friends and family members from out of town, knocking down your garage wall to expand your kitchen is definitely going to be a great idea.
And if you have a two-car garage this is even better.
You can still keep half of your garage for one of your cars and convert the half closest to the house into additional space for your kitchen.
Consider this excellent expansion idea today.
Do You Need a Suite for Your In-Laws?
Are your in-laws getting older and in need of additional help?
If you have an existing garage on your property, you can definitely turn it into an in-law suite.
On the other hand, if your property is large enough, your other option is to consider choosing one of many metal garage kits to build a metal garage that you’ll convert into an in-law suite.
No matter what your approach happens to be, the important thing is that you create a comfortable living space for your in-laws.
If having them live in the main house will be too much of a burden on everyone, converting your garage into a space of their own could certainly be the best option.
Building a Private Home Office
If you work from home, it’s often difficult to get anything done when you have kids running around all day long.
Turning your garage into a home office is a great way to have a secluded place to work outside of the main house.
By taking advantage of the space, you’ll be able to work quietly on your most important projects, earn money to pay the bills, and still keep everyone happy.
Sounds like a win-win situation to me!
If you live in a small house, your family might not have enough room to play.
Converting your garage into a playroom or game room is going to be fun for the whole family.
By harnessing this veritably unused space, you’ll create a fun space for your kids to hang out and play, do homework, and they’ll even have a safe place to socialize with other neighbourhood kids.
Plus, you’ll win the Mom and Dad of the Year Award! So that’s always nice.
Adult Bar/Playroom/Man Cave
Every man dreams about it, but we hardly ever get our wish.
If your significant other is willing to give it a chance, you can convert your garage into a man cave with a bar and it can also act as a playroom for adults.
After the bar is added, think about adding a dartboard, a pool table, some standing video game machines, a TV with the sports package, and any other bells and whistles that you might desire.
You work hard and you deserve it. So convert your unused garage into a fully functioning man cave right now.
Are you finally ready to remodel your garage? Consider these five ideas if you’re having a hard time figuring out what to do with your space. After all noise and dust, you can surprise your Mrs.and decorate with Scarlet Sage Seeds by Seed Needs!