It is all well and good dreaming about the complex renovations that you could do to your garage, but turning your garage into a bedroom, art studio or man cave costs money. Don’t worry though, there is still plenty that you can do with your garage to make it into your perfect space without spending huge amounts of money. Today we are bringing you a few budget friendly ideas to improve your garage.
Make your own furnishings
Like a chef in a full pantry, a stocked garage offers a person countless opportunities for making their own delightful produce. If you are lacking inspiration, the internet offers a wealth of budget friendly D.I.Y ideas to get your mind buzzing. Though it may take more time and, depending on your artistic ability, the results may be of varying quality, making your own tables, chairs and other furniture is a recipe for budget saving success.
Make other people’s rubbish be your treasure
Following on from the previous point, whatever you want to use your garage for, be it games room or tool storage, sometimes the best solutions can be found in recycling old things. Everything from tyres to palets to cinder blocks can be utilised to create rustic furnishings or storage. Whether you choose to go fully creative and craft your own perfect garage out of miscellaneous objects or simply go out of your way to gather any furniture or old devices that friends or family are giving away, you will have a kitted out garage in no time. And for a fraction of the price of buying it all new.
Use every inch of space
If you are one of the many people who use their garage for a bit of extra storage, you can save quite a bit of money by avoiding buying expensive shelving and units if you utilise every available space first. Walls and even ceilings can provide great storage space, before you even need to start thinking about buying more. Using all of that space will save you a lot of money, and leave your garage feeling less constricted.
Plug the gaps
Heating or lack thereof is one of the main problems that confront people who want to use their garage on a more permanent base. Insulating your garage is an incredibly beneficial process, as not only will it improve the heating in the room but it will also save you a significant amount on heating bills. Fully insulating a garage can be expensive, so as a lesser alternative you should make sure that the room is as protected from the outside cold as possible. Do this by checking every nook and cranny for any signs of draughts and plugging it up with sealant.
These are just some ideas of how you can get your dream garage for less. With a little extra patience and penny pinching you can still get amazing results and end up with a garage that you love.