Thanksgiving Treat

Alright fellas, let’s show them what we’ve got!  WOOD Magazine, a Do-It-Yourself publication, is looking for great ideas from real shops and garages and they’ve come here to see what they can find.  They are eager to highlight some of your shops, garages and workspaces in an upcoming Wood Magazine issue.  So if you’re interested, check out the new stickies posted in several of the forums for more information.

Have a Happy Thanksgiving and maybe we’ll be seeing more of you in a magazine real soon!

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Model Garage

While searching the Life Magazine archives on google the other day, a friend of ours came across these pictures of a model garage.

Pretty cool.  Thanks for sharing with us, Zach.

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Greetings From Ireland

Meet Gerard.  He’s from Ireland.  He has a beautiful garage.

Yes, this is his garage, not his house.

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Avant-Garde Toolbox

Now this is ingenuity at its finest.  Check out this shop toolbox made out of the rear-end of an old van.


It’s lockable, has interior fluorescent light, shag carpet and casters for easy mobility.

Awesome.

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Have Your Cake And Eat It Too

Yesterday my daughter turned three.  When the last of the birthday guest had left, we sat back, surveyed the damaged and reminisced.  We marveled at how quickly the years have passed, horrified that before we know it she’ll be 16 and it will no longer be Barbie and Play Doh but boys and cars.  CARS.  Where in the hell will we park another car?!

Teenagers present multiple problems for their parents, to say the least.  But the need for more space tends to be a major concern when factoring in a teenager’s stuff, their friends, and especially their car.  Some ‘space planners’ will suggest turning your beloved garage into the teenager’s lair, but according to this article it doesn’t have to come to that.  Bob Vila’s website also has some good ideas for making space in the garage for teens.

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