By Ysolt Yilmaz. Garage. Published at Sunday, October 14th, 2018 - 23:31:27 PM.
Let’s bear it, no matter how tidy the garage is, the ground is often less than acceptable! Smudges, dirt and other undesired markings can get the garage to appear junky. What’s the answer? How about a decorated floor? High-Gloss floor color is a favorite choice, and epoxy paint is frequently being used as a robust yet aesthetically delightful solution. The photos below will reveal your eyes to a series of garage paint potentialities.
Did you ever seen a picture of a decorated garage floor and thought that any good high-gloss paint could copy the appearance? It was an epoxy coat. Why go with epoxy? It’s long-lasting, spot resistant and easy to wash!
[photo from Home Decorating Ideas and Tips]
Many folks choose a grey floor because this neutral shade is close in tone to the garage concrete! A grey epoxy paint gives a brighter look and can conceal a splotchy level. [photo by John D Hayes of OpenHomes, from Cardea Building Co.]
Then again, an intense color such as red can blow new life into a weathered garage, primarily when compared with white walls. [photo from Tourfactory]
We now zone in on epoxy probabilities, especially the beautiful chips and flakes you can attach to the mix. From neutral shades to vivid statements, the outcome is a soft yet textured appearance with many dimensions. Read on for detail. [photo from The Closet Doctor via Houzz]
Ornamental chips and flakes add character, which is visually appealing. Plus, they get the floor less slick than a pure epoxy coating. Not to mention, if there are any abnormalities on the underlying floor, the chips and flakes will cover them. Below we see epoxy flooring from Mile High Coatings:
When it comes to latent mixtures of epoxy and beautifying flakes, the possibilities are boundless. Grey epoxy with white and black chips makes a detailed yet powerful statement. [photo from Mile High Coatings]
Try adding flakes in a striking color for a unique touch. While the light grey speckled epoxy coating below is anything but full, the blue chips are a bit unexpected, creating vibrant interest. [photo from Mile High Coatings]
The granite touch of epoxy with flakes is even more impressive when an ultra-strong color is included, such as electric blue. For a real showstopper, don’t limit the dominant color to the flakes. Let the entire floor be radiant, as shown here! [photo from Garage Doctors]
Ornamental chips come in a diversity of shades, and some retailers even allow you to customize the mix of hues. Here we see white, light grey, black and blue chips in unique shapes. The irregularity of these pieces is what gets them so appealing. [photo from Do It Yourself Epoxy Floor Coating Systems]
Whether you use an expert to paint your garage floor or you get on the project yourself, rest assured that an arrangement of choices awaits you. Would you draw your garage floor taxicab yellow? [photo from Do It Yourself Epoxy Floor Coating Systems]
When did it happen to your garage floor paint, which shades are your preferences? Would you go strong or stay neutral?
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