You guys always ask where I shoot? Believe it or not, in my garage! I have been dialing in where my backdrops live for a month now but didn’t know how to tackle the remaining wall in the garage. Home Depot came to the rescue! I have partnered up with THD to give my garage a #cleansweep. I am showing you how I go about a DIY garage makeover - turning this wall full of stuff we didn’t need/know we had into a one stop shop for cleaning, organizing and a place to stay inspired with all my projects. This is a dream come true! AH! Ok, go watch and swoon with me. Stay rad xx.
In the second image, you can see at the top left that a long shelf was added over the garage door (for a row of plastic storage bins). You can also see a small circular window (sun light) in the ceiling. Note the garage door also has a row of small windows of across the top, so the room does have more natural light than the typical garage built in Florida (even without opening the garage door). These homeowners loved having the fresh air and breeze, but wanted to keep out bugs, so they are planning to add a movable screen (made by Lifestyle Garage Door Screens).
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You may have to drill holes through studs or through the top plate of walls to reroute wires. If so, be sure to center the holes on the stud. If the plastic-sheathed cables are too short to reach the next box when you reroute them, you can add a junction box and splice on a length of cable. The new box must be accessible either in the attic space or through a blank cover on the wall or ceiling.