Welcome . . .

. . . 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!

 

 

 

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9 Responses to Welcome . . .

  1. Sandi says:

    I could too! I love the floors and I did read how they finished them. It’s a beautiful space.
    Hugs,

  2. Lisa Dandrea says:

    Indeed, it would make a lovely studio with great views to the garden. Great work as always, you two!

  3. Vickie Rooks says:

    Stunning! Thank you for sharing Diane’s garage and your window treatment project!

  4. Liz Mc says:

    Beautiful! Do they park cars in the garage?

  5. Reigh says:

    The valances are really lovely! Very classy, just like the owner and creator.

  6. Sandy says:

    OMG. That garage is nicer than my home!

  7. Diane says:

    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. 😉

  8. Colleen C. says:

    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!

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