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Our #garagemakeover project was designed out of necessity. When we were in the planning stages of the garage makeover, I said I wanted a way to store the grandkid's toy car. I needed it out of the way, but accessible. Toy cars are notoriously difficult to store efficiently!
The car storage started out as a simple box with a little open storage on top. I had envisioned it sitting next to our large shelving unit right beside the door. Well, as things do, the project evolved into something totally different and way more functional!
Now this is where the project really veered in a new direction. We decided to create a space for the storage of large bulky items. Mainly we wanted it for the insulation foam we use as a cutting surface. We decided to add a dry erase board to one side and a pretty panel on the other for photo shoots. To do this, we built a frame from 2x4s. Here we are cutting the boards to size on the Ridgid Miter Saw.
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Steph & Vicki
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