. . . to my sister Diane’s glamorous garage! This is the last of three posts devoted to the new window treatments I made while visiting her over Thanksgiving. To hide the brackets, Diane added tassels:
Such an easy fix, and it ramps up the glam factor considerably. Here’s a close-up:
Over the 20 years Diane and her husband have lived in this house, the garage has undergone a gradual transformation. Since guests enter their home mainly through the garage, it’s important to her that it look nice. She is fortunate to have found a very talented handyman who not only installed the wainscoting but also built the large storage cabinets on the left side of the garage:
Among other things, the cabinets hold her Christmas decorations. No more hauling them down from the attic!
A longer view of the right side:
If you didn’t see part of the garage door on its track above, you might think this was an interior room. I swear, I could live in this garage!
I could too! I love the floors and I did read how they finished them. It’s a beautiful space.
Indeed, it would make a lovely studio with great views to the garden. Great work as always, you two!
Stunning! Thank you for sharing Diane’s garage and your window treatment project!
Beautiful! Do they park cars in the garage?
The valances are really lovely! Very classy, just like the owner and creator.
OMG. That garage is nicer than my home!
Oh, I just love these comments, Nubs! And the added bonus of our beautiful garage valances is that now EVERY room in our home is represented by your spectacular talent! Well . . . maybe except the attic . . . hmmm. 😉
If this is Diane’s garage, I can’t wait to see what the two of you could do to the attic! It’s lovely, Diane, and I am sure your guests feel welcomed and special entering your beautiful home through this space. Well done the both of you!