A garage is not just a place to park a car. A modern garage serves as a workshop and storage space for tools, so its interior should be properly designed. Wall and floor finishes in the garage are often done “by residual principle,” even though the practical importance of these elements of interior design cannot be underestimated.
Below, we will discuss what the design of a garage should be like, what the shortcomings of our usual solutions in finishing are, and provide several options for interior decoration.
Unlike the garage floor, which is made as durable and wear-resistant as possible, the decoration of walls and ceilings often does not receive proper attention. However, if you analyze it, both the walls and the ceiling in the garage are subject to significant operational loads, so the requirements for them should be very serious. Specifically:
The design of the garage also matters. Agree that a room where a modern new car will be parked should look appropriate: untidiness and peeling brick walls would be inappropriate here.
Our traditional solutions for garage finishing have a number of drawbacks, which is why they are increasingly being abandoned. Examples of such solutions include:
These are the “civilized” ways of finishing the walls and ceiling in the garage. It’s probably best not to consider options like simply painting the brick walls or concrete ceiling.
Thanks to metal rails on the ceiling and walls, the garage design can acquire a modern and stylish look with numerous advantages:
With metal rails on the ceiling and walls, your garage can become more than just a storage space; it can become a true design statement. They combine functionality and style, making your garage more convenient and attractive.
What garage design can be considered modern and practical? Many choose metal as the primary material for interior finishing, and there are plenty of arguments in favor of metal cladding:
The “Mehbud” factory also offers materials that can be used for garage finishing in line with modern design trends. Metal slats are ideal for cladding garage walls. They are available in two varieties:
Both types of metal wall slats come in widths ranging from 150 to 525 mm. It is possible to manufacture slats with lengths from 1 to 12 meters, so even a relatively large garage can be clad with these slats from the inside with a minimal number of seams.
In addition to the practical advantages listed above, metal wall slats also have aesthetic benefits:
Just like with other options for cladding using metal panels, the higher initial cost is offset by the long service life: walls in a garage clad with steel or aluminum slats can last for decades without the need for repairs and with minimal maintenance.
The ceiling in the garage is a crucial structure. Firstly, during interior decoration, we need to conceal the ceiling, and secondly, utility lines (wires and ventilation ducts) should be placed above the ceiling, with built-in lights for effective lighting. The optimal option for ceiling finishing is metal products.
The “Mehbud” factory offers the following options:
Using metal slats, cassettes, and panels in garage design is one of the most popular trends today. These materials offer clear advantages: high strength, resistance to moisture (thanks to durable polymers), and fire resistance. Their stylish and modern appearance is another undeniable advantage.
Metal ceilings for a garage have numerous advantages that make them a popular choice among homeowners. Here are some of the key benefits:
Metal ceilings are a practical, aesthetic, and durable solution for garage spaces. They add a touch of modernity and functionality, transforming the garage into a comfortable interior for work and relaxation, not just a storage area.