Hello Decoist Readers! This past weekend my family and I had a big. My husband and I hosted and a few other family members brought goods to sell. It was a busy week as we also used this opportunity to thoroughly clean out our garage.
Here you might want to stay away from strictly contemporary or modern styles and a blend of industrial farmhouse or rustic with modern finishes works best. Start with the desk chair and shelving for all your office needs before you spread your wings and bring in decorative items.
Once you have the most basic things in place and have turned the garage into a more livable setting it is time to turn your attention to the style and efficiency of the space.
My last tips involve making life easy for yourself the day of the sale! The first tip: to keep track of the time. The time really does fly and it’s good to know when the sale is winding down so you can start reducing prices on items if need be.
Their parking garage is adorned by giant book titles that have been painted on to the building. Appearing like spines of classic books 22 titles were picked to decorate the garage wall based on nominations from the locals.
Minimalism is a key element in the design of this urban home where bright and bold colors seem almost non-existent. There is a monochromatic white backdrop and it feels like a beautiful empty canvas where life and the specific interest of the homeowner take center stage.