We even recycled the electronics and re-assimilated certain bulky items back into our home (like my kitty’s “condo” which I’ve needed to repair for the longest time). He’s thrilled that it’s back in operation!
Original industrial elements of the home were kept intact and enhance while the street façade was left untouched because of the heritage rules. Exposed brick walls define the living area even as dark steel elements industrial-style windows and wooden ceiling beams are intertwined with comfortable modern décor and polished finishes.
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?!
The resultant edifice allows for ample natural ventilation and plays off the sun in the sky to create many wonderful hues inside. A parking garage that looks more appealing than many modern homes and villas we stumble across!
We so garage sale shoppers wouldn’t be staring at all of our storage boxes. We and began setting up merchandise. Yep things were looking up! Here’s a shot of me at the garage sale.
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!