Garages aren’t just for cars and tools, man. For my family, we love to spend time in our own garage game room. After some renovation work, it even became my favorite “domyhomework” place, as I now call it.
We added our own insulation, poured some clean concrete, and hung up the electric wires. After installing a window unit AC and putting in a pool table, dart board, and a couch area with a TV, our garage became the entertainment hub of our home.
Check out what these DIY’ers did with their own garage game rooms.
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1. Simple Game Room
Very little had to be done to this sweet space to turn it into a clean, bright backdrop for a variety of hands-on games.
With a classic, three-shade pool table light fixture and white painted interior, there’s plenty of light for hands-on action.
Tough epoxy garage floor paint stands up to heavy traffic and an occasional flying cue ball. This room will readily revert back to a garage if needed.
2. Masculine Man Cave
This garage game room/bar is the ultimate man cave and is just teeming with masculinity.
A little bit of tinted concrete, insulated wood panel walls, and a few electric lines can turn any boring garage space into the ultimate bar and game room.
3. Crafting She-Den
Garage spaces aren’t just for men. Check out what this crafty mama did to turn her manly old garage into a bright, fun space for crafting in her own she den.
Think of all the DIY’ing you could do in your own crafting space.
4. Racing Fan
Now this man cave is definitely for the person that likes model, miniatures, and cars. You can have them on display for your friends to all see, and when you bring out the gaming table you can bring out the miniatures for fun.
Many people, love having a space like this just to build models. A man cave is all about having space where you can do the things you love. For most people, a man cave is a place to explore your hobbies and hang out with buddies.
This one has been designed for you to enjoy your hobbies while having space for a few friends to come over. What collection would you like to display in your own garage museum?
5. Simple Bar for Small Space
This is a very cool way to use some available space in the garage. Even if this is the extent of the entertainment space in the garage it is still great.
This would be ideal for folks that are smokers and need to have a space to smoke and have drinks. But even if you do not smoke this sort of addition to the garage invites hanging out with beers and cocktails.
Now what could be a cool addition in this space might be a poker table and some comfortable chairs. That could make for some pretty fun evenings with friends. Don’t you think?
Got a cool garage space or tips you’d like to share? Post in the comments below with a clean, crisp photo and we would like to feature your garage in an upcoming issue!