Looking to convert your garage into the workspace of your dreams? You’ve come to the right place. 

Whether your workspace is non-existent or in need of some major renovations, there are ways to make it both functional and exciting. 

Keep reading to learn the 7 best garage workspace ideas for 2021. 

1. Wall Storage 

Use the garage wall space to your advantage by adding hooks and shelving. You can mount brooms, drills, ladders, screwdrivers, cleaning supplies, what have you. 

This way, you won’t have your equipment stacked up in a corner collecting dust. It will not only be a smart usage of space, but it will also keep the area clutter-free. 

2. Heavy Duty Workbench 

A big workbench is the staple of any great workspace. And to keep it in good shape, consider getting one made from durable wood or metal. That way, you can do your work without damaging it. 

And if you have limited garage space, put in a foldaway workbench! 

3. Proper Insulation 

While this may seem less exciting, no one wants to be drenched in sweat during the summer or freezing during the winter. But proper insulation will help fix that. 

There are many different types of insulation such as fiberglass or spray foam, so it’s about choosing which one is right for you. Say goodbye to that drafty garage!   

4. Large Cabinets 

To prevent tools from just laying around on your workbench, put in some cabinetry. It increases storage and takes advantage of any vertical space you have. 

You will also want your workspace garage cabinets to be organized inside, so consider putting in clear or labeled bins. That way, your cabinets are functional rather than hiding clutter. 

5. Durable Floor Coating 

If you want your garage floor to be stain and scratch-free, get a floor coating!  

These days, the best floor coating you can get is called polyurea, which is much stronger and more flexible than the traditional epoxy coating. However, you do not want to apply this yourself, so it is advised that you hire a professional to do it for you. 

6. Lots of Lighting 

This one is important if your garage lacks natural lighting. No one should be working in the dark, especially if you’re using power tools.  

In addition to some lighting fixtures on the ceiling, put some built-in lighting above the workbench. So no matter the time of day, your work will always be well lit!  

7. Keep It Colorful 

While adding color is more of a finishing touch, it will really bring your workspace to life. Garages can often be a bit grey, so adding pops of your favorite shade will make it feel vibrant and more personalized. 

You can achieve this by painting the cabinets or even hanging a set of colorful tools.  

Get the Garage Workspace of Your Dreams 

After implementing these ideas, your garage workspace will be your favorite place to be. Now get to working! 

Contact us to get a quote on your polyurea garage floor coating today.