But I’m getting ahead of myself! In the next section I’ll tell you how I welcomed shoppers. The heading of this section says it all–the easier you make it for shoppers to navigate your sale the more you will sell!
With the garage cleaned out there was now floor space. We bought an extra shelf from the container store and filled it with boxes that were once obstructing a clear path across the garage.
Speaking of making your sale stand out another way to do this is with I know–you paid $25 for an antique bottle at an estate sale and you know it’s worth even more than that. But this is a garage sale.
Designed by HOK Architects the parking space also uses a rainwater harvesting system to score more brownie points on the ‘going green’ scale. All that apart from the ample space of offer inside!
Adaptive reuse does much more than just save historic buildings and cut back on construction costs and wastage of resources. It is undoubtedly the biggest reason for the newfound love of all things ‘modern industrial’.
Pots were placed out in the driveway. This made them easier to load into cars once they sold. My aunt even put some faux greenery in one of her pots to show shoppers just how beautiful it could be when filled with plant life. A nice touch don’t you think?!