Last Updated on April 26, 2021
So you have your house designed, but there is one thing left to figure out. What will your garage look like? Whether you are building a new one or trying to make an existing one better, we know the process can be overwhelming. There are so many choices to make. How much space do you have? Will you ever get another vehicle?
Fortunately, we are here to help you figure it out. Below, you will find 24 ideas that we have gathered that could help you decide what you need. No matter what kind of space you are dealing with or what your budget is, you can find something that will work for you. Take a look at the ideas below and take what works.
Great Garage Design and Organization Ideas
1. Separated and Great
Sometimes the garage is separate from the house and that’s okay. It give you plenty of space to design what you want
2. Connected by Walkway
This garage is connected to the house with a covered walkway that will keep the elements off on a rainy day.
3. Barn Style
This garage may look like a barn, but it certainly isn’t. With a great design and glowing welcome, you are sure to enjoy this space.
4. Contemporary and Clean
Sometimes you want something new. This garage is functional
and clean. It will keep everything orderly for you.
5. All Downstairs
This three car garage blends perfectly under this house. With great wooden doors, you are sure to love driving up here.
6. Charming Design
With a traditional style highlighted by these bold dark hardwood doors, this garage is charming and useful
7. Wooden Delight
With wooden siding and fantastic wooden doors on this garage, this space is charming and welcoming.
8. Fantastic Landscaping
The outside of a garage is just as important as the inside. This one has great decor and landscaping all around
9. From the Side
No matter the approach, your garage has to blend with the house. This one is accessed from the side and has a great design.
10. Complete Readiness
This is more than a garage. It is a workspace. Complete with tool areas and a coffee machine, be sure to make your garage your own personal space.
11. Storage for all Sizes
No matter what you need to store and no matter what size it is, you can find a place for all of it here. Nails, bolts, screws. Keep it all organized.
12. Bike Shop
Sometimes the garage becomes the repair shop. Make your garage into whatever you need.
13. Entertainment Value
A garage can be a place for you to get away and relax. This garage has a television and a game space.
14. Driveway In
Landscaped driveways look great if you do them right. This one has great green grass leading the way.
15. Country Quiet
With a quiet country charm, this garage has great dark hardwood doors leading the way against the white backdrop.
16. Fits Right In
This garage is an extension of sorts. Notice the smaller garage attached to the house. Sometimes expansion is necessary, and this one looks great.
17. Modern Spaces
Even modern garages can take on a great look. This one has a stacked stone design around the bottom to blend with the contemporary style.
18. Classic and Bold
Different architecture styles often have the best end results. This garage could resemble a church, but it will certainly work with this house.
19. Mediterranean Style
With a terracotta style roof and arched doors leading the way in, this garage has Europe written all over it.
20. Charming Delight
With a great gravel driveway leading the way, this garage is charming in every way. From the wooden doors and siding to the simple plants around it.
21. Open Cover
Sometimes you just need something simple to keep the vehicle covered. This garage does that and gives you a space to work above it.
22. Terracotta Roof
Terracotta roofs make great design statements. This one fits right onto a garage with stacked stone designed walls.
23. Wood Siding
With great landscaping
all around it, this garage is a dream come true to anyone with a sense of style. It blends perfectly with its surroundings.
24. Room Up and Down
With a large space downstairs for vehicles or a work space, this garage has extra space upstairs for more work to be done.