Designing Your Garage Floor

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A garage is often a home’s catch-all area, but it doesn’t have to be. Instead, you can design a garage space that is functional for storage, workspace, entertainment and more. The key is to start with the type of flooring that you use in your garage. An epoxy flooring is one of the most versatile materials you can use for your garage space, no matter what activities you plan to use it for, and epoxy comes in a wide range of colors, patterns and styles.

Choosing the Color
The first decision you will have to make with epoxy is what color you want the floor to be. Epoxy comes in a wide range of colors from very bright to muted neutrals. If you are having a professional pour the flooring, you can also add a bit of texture or pattern to make sure that you are getting the exact look that you want with your garage floor.

Adding Patterns
you don’t have to limit your epoxy choices just to color. You can also have color patterns put into an epoxy floor. This provides you with even more choices when it comes to the aesthetic of the space. A patterned epoxy floor typically resembles a marbles finish, and it can be done in a wide range of color combinations. This can add a bit of class to the room whether it will be used as a workshop or if you plan to store a classic car.

Finishing the Room
Once you have a floor that you love, it is time to finish your garage space. This can be done in a variety of ways that suit your family’s needs and personal style. Like any other room in your home, it is important to plan the layout of any furniture or other big items first, then you can plan around those pieces with smaller touches of décor. These smaller touches can be anything from a peg board for neat tool storage to throw rugs around an entertainment space. It is up to you how you can transform your garage from a catch-all to an eye-catching living space.

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