Taking my floor painting skills to the garage for a budget friendly makeover.
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It’s that time of year for the $100 Room Challenge!! You can see my past projects that I completed with my hall closet and master bedroom makeover. For the next few weeks, watch as fellow bloggers transform one space for $100 or less!
If you’ve been following me for a while now, you know that my number one nemesis in my home is the very space that is my second office; my garage. We have been on a steady purge and reorganizing frenzy for some time now. Our most recent organizing project in an awkward part of our garage, has proven to be quite valuable and jump started my need to keep this vibe going.
But no matter how organized the space becomes, the floor is just plain ugly. And let’s be honest, it’s TOTALLY my fault.
Exhibit A- Cabinet Refresh
Bless my husband who tries so hard not to cringe every time I go out to the garage to do a project. He knows the mess that will ensue and yet he lets me do my thing. That’s true love people. And while my garage floor is a scrapbook of projects past, it’s time to clean up my act. Or at least try to make me a little more conscious of what I’m doing.
The game plan
Remember a few months ago when I painted my office floor?
While I’m not planning to stencil the floor, I am planning to paint it since like I said earlier, the garage is my satellite office. The trick however, is staying within the $100 budget and some kits I found cost more than that, until I found the Behr has their own garage floor paint.
The price is perfect for what I’m trying to do and the color couldn’t be more spot on. But first, let’s get a good look at the space in question.
Exhibit B: The garage
If you want to see some other talented bloggers who are also taking on the challenge, don’t forget to check out the link below!
Check back next week to see where we go from here!