Garage Signs and Décor
A garage doesnt have to just be a dusty place to store your tools and park your car. You can spruce up the white walls with a wide variety of decorations. A few fun additions can turn your garage into a place you might just love to hang out.What can I decorate my garage with?
Decorating your garage is more than simply hanging a few signs or calendars on the walls. There are lots of ways to incorporate garage decor into your space to reflect your passions and personality. Unique decor for your garage, other than signs, include:
- Gas pumps
- Lighted or Neon Signs
- Special Flooring and Rugs
- Display Cases
Garage decor is generally centered on a garages prime resident, the car. You can find garage signs to represent virtually any type of car or motorcycle. There are so many different brands and models to choose from and representing models throughout the years. However, there are some brands of cars that you see displayed on signs more than others. These brands include:
If you are looking for something other than automobiles to decorate with, there are plenty of options for garage signs that dont include cars. A majority of those signs are centered around motorcycles or bicycles. There are also signs displaying Coca-Cola or Pepsi, beer or liquor signs, signs to promote your favorite sports team, drag way racing signs, and more. Gas station signs and old-fashioned gas pumps are also common décor for garages.What are garage signs made out of?
Garage decor is typically composed of unique materials to match an automobile shop or repair shop vibe. Also, its important that they are durable since garage temperatures arent typically regulated and it could cause ordinary posters or pictures to curl on the corners or change color. Styles of sign materials include:
- Diamond Plate
There is a wide variety of shelves to hang on your garage walls to display collectibles or other décor. There are also a lot of shelves that are decorations themselves. There are shelves that use the front headlights and grill of a car for a unique look. These are typically modeled after classic cars and hot rods. Examples include but are not limited to a 1969 Chevy Camaro, a 1970 Ford Mustang, and a 1963 Chevy Corvette.