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Old 03-26-2014, 12:08 PM   #11
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Default Re: Townhouse garage in The Netherlands

Thanks everyone!

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Great looking space, first thing I thought was I hope he goes for a glass wall between the two spaces!
Yes! My wife is still a little... sceptical of the glass wall. But I think it will really work. In my head, I see the garage extending out from the kitchen/living area, and there maybe even being a TV/sofa in there. And with the floor and one of the walls having the same finish, it will look like 1 long space. Exciting!

My only concern is any fumes when driving into the garage. The car isn't driven much really, mostly a track car (bicycle is the main form of transport here). So that helps. But I might mount a massive extractor onto the garage door which I can switch on for 10-15 minutes when the car drives in.
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