Are you a creative individual who just needs a little bit of inspiration and just the right work space? Have you looked at every room in your house, but none of them seems to be giving you the exact specs you are looking for? Here is how your garage is the answer to your troubles. All you need are roller shutters and some shades to complete the transformation.
The garage can be just what you need when it comes to shooting space. You may have to add some colour and remove some clutter, but overall it is a great shooting space. A garage with roller shutters and shades will give you the light control you need in getting the best photos.
On the other hand, you can use the garage as your dark room. Unlike other rooms in the house which have numerous light penetrating points, the garage just has the entrance and perhaps a small window. Roller shutters will eliminate all light coming from the entrance, while shades or cardboard can cover up the windows. You can then develop your photos without any stress or compromise.
Not only will you be able to set up your music gear, but you can also store them in the garage. When the roller shutters are down, the amount of noise produced when testing or playing your instruments will be significantly reduced. And when you want to give a live show without having to pay for a venue, you just have to gather your band, pull up the roller shutters and give your audience a memorable show. And you do not have to worry about the safety of your instruments because breaking or manipulating roller shutters is a difficult task that requires a lot of force and technique.
If you are an artist and you do not have a car taking up your garage space, you shouldn't waste your time or resources renovating one of the rooms in your house. Move your workspace into your garage and see your art blossom. The advantage of using the garage as your art workshop is that you do not have to worry about splashing paint or staining the curtains. You can also choose whether to go into private or public mode. Just roll down the roller shutters when you need to focus, and then back up when you need to get in touch with the outside world.