Set in Miami Florida the 300-car garage is made largely using concrete and glass and with a parking complex a cool restaurant and ocean views from the terrace it is a lot more than just a garage.
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!
People invest so much time and money in their cars that it is little wonder they pamper their vehicles as much as their loved ones. Well some of us do and for such auto heads the parking spot for their favorite set of wheels is equally important.
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.
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.
A neutral color scheme also keeps down visual clutter gives the office a cool relaxing vibe. Lighting in the home office is a priority and as always you want a descent mix of task and ambient lighting.