It was long overdue! I’ve had my share of yard sales in recent years so for today’s post I’m sharing my top tips on preparing for a garage sale. It’s easier than you think! Read on for all the details complete with photos I snapped from last weekend’s adventure…
Designer Axel Peemoeller took the whole color-coding of parking garages to a new level by creating a vivid atmosphere where different colored lines lead you to various exits.
The first step in preparing for a garage sale is to The degree to which you prepare for this step will vary. I’ve had garage sales where nobody was allowed in my garage or where there was no garage (so the sale was held in the yard).
Each trapezium-shaped floor has flowing runways that allow you to move up and down easily while ample daylight and a refined interior clad in metal give this space an airy and fresh look. This is one parking lot that actually lifts your mood with its design!
The innovative spiral turbines extend from the base of the parking space to the roof and their corkscrew design taps into whatever wind power is on offer.
If you want to sell valuables try using eBay or a consignment shop. A garage sale is not the place to convince shoppers that your 1920s lamp is worth over $100.