If you have space in the garage and you hate that you don’t use it that much, it is maybe the best time to give it a makeover. Transforming your garage into a living space is actually a fun and satisfying project. The process is totally enjoyable while you will love how it adds more social space that won’t ruin your privacy at the same time. Check out these ideas for inspiration.
1. Light and Airy
You don’t need a lot to change your garage. This living space looks bright due to the white hue on the wall. This color makes a perfect canvas for every other color in the room. Light sofa is added to be paired with the wheeled coffee table. On the other side, a couple of chairs and table is set to add seating spaces along with the bookshelf.
2. Family Lounge
The dated garage was once unused and it seems to be a waste of space. Instead keep leaving it that way, the garage is then transformed into a family lounge. The space is full of character, and really colorful. The ceiling and rafting are in white, making a great canvas for the entire detail. It is fun and open, and the striped wall gives it sophistication.
3. Simple Living
While living room can be crowded, you can try to make a spacious living with a more minimalist style to keep it modest and tranquil. This garage features only a small number of furniture without leaving the function. There are more than enough seats and it also has a minimalist working table by the window. Finished in grey and other monochrome color, this living is really nice looking.
4. Warm Living
This garage is converted into a living with an access to the next room of the house. While the entire interior looks warm, cozy, and very inviting, it is also an effective plan if you like to invite friends over. The rattan chairs keep the outdoor feeling strong, while the plushy sofa and area rug makes it as comfortable as other the indoor living rooms.
5. Colorful Jungalow
The garage and laundry room is transformed into this fun and very pretty looking living space. The space is a combination of many natural elements that remind us on the jungle with modern and young style with its orange L-shaped sofa and blue area rug. It looks cozy and sophisticated at the same time.
6. Make It Portable
While building a permanent living space will be nice, something portable like this is actually very practical. The folding chairs can be removed anytime you need it, just as the wheeled coffee table. Roll the area rug and stuck the pillows, and you have a whole new space whenever you need the room.
7. Teens Hangout
This makeover is a great idea especially when you think you need to keep your teen supervised without being bothered for them being loud. This garage is transformed into a hangout space for your teen. It has a pair of slouchy chairs and an ottoman. A twin bed is also added for extra comfort for more. Now they can be loud without the need to go anywhere.
8. Living with a View
This garage has the most amazing view from the window. Instead of leaving it useless, the owner of the house converted the space into a small living. It is completed with grey slouchy sofa, a sofa, a tv, and another cushioned seat near the window. Finished in modern and minimalist style with bright color in balance, this living space is totally inviting and cozy at the same time.
9. Outdoor Touch
Dominated by white and cream on its interior, this living space is very nice looking and elegant. It has a three seat sofa, a pair of cushioned chairs with its own table, a chair, another table, and a pair of tables that can function as stools as well. The green carpet is actually the highlight for being most contrastive and to bring the outdoor feeling inside. So fresh!
10. Small and Open
This small garage doesn’t feel cramped at all. Being opened, the garage feels airy and cozy at the same time. The sofa is added to add comfort along with the area rug. A bar table and several chairs and let’s not forget the breakfast set right beyond the sliding glass door make the entire good look.
11. Neutral Hues
This living space occupies only a half of the entire garage. It uses neutral colors on its interior to keep it light and cozy. A sofa, a pair of cushioned industrial chair, a pair of rattan chairs, and two stools surround the coffee table with striped area rug. Facing the patio, this living space is perfect for friends and barbeque time.
12. Vintage Groove
This garage now looks so groovy with the vintage theme. Finished in warm and grounded color schemes, brown and orange here makes a chic combination and a perfect match to the rest of the detail. The entire furniture is fun and vintage, and it is a complete living space to entertain as well. When you need a space to yourself, this room is a perfect reading room too.
This garage is connected to the kitchen and a stair to the study area and bedroom. The owner of the house decided to transform the space into a living, giving the small kitchen a more airy feeling without the need to remodel it too much. Going down from the study will also get less scary and empty with this plan. Now the entire rooms are well connected and fully functional.
14. Keep It Fun
This living space is the new look of the dated garage. With more than enough space for everything, the house owner makes sure it has enough seats to entertain people, bar counter on the wall, and a ping-pong table! As signaled by the wall light sign as the focal point of the room, this living space spells fun and fun!
15. Very Homey
There is nothing better to describe this garage living space. It has the most comfortable L-shaped family sized sofa in front of the TV. There is a counter behind it with decorative lights and a bowl of fruit. This room also has area rug, plant, and curtain to keep the sunlight in.