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What color is the inside of your garage

My son bought a house and moved his Mustang out of my garage so I now have my 2 car garage back. I just cleaned it out with a hose and want to paint it. Ceiling will be white. Can't decide what color to paint the walls. What color is your garage painted and why?

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Who knows...with all the crap I have stacked against the wall, on shelves, or hanging from it, I can't eve see the walls.

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Institutional green. I think the previous owner (Dad) liberated it from work.
not my pick.
How about checkered flag color?

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White

It was that way when we bought the house. Reflects the light, at least where you can see it.

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Mine's kind of a speckled grey, from all the asbestos panels lining the walls. It was built before sheetrock was common, and I try to avoid drilling into the walls to hang things.

What are you going to do with the floor? There are some pretty neat garage floor coatings available these days.

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Right now all white. But when we get through the heat of the Phoenix summer and I get off my lazy butt, I hope to leave the ceiling white, paint the walls red with a black base and a black strip about half way up the wall. Why? Hey who say's a garage has to be battelship grey. I want a little pizaaz.

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OSB. Well that's what the walls are covered with, haven't painted. Staple things like pages out of the LT service manual with torque specs, check lists, etc, maps of places I've been and plan to ride to, motorcycle related pictures and posters

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Kraft paper BROWN, insulation. Over the work bench it is PPG-peg broad brown.

First I have to paint the floor and the maybe cover the rest of the wall with Peg Broad.

Lots of luck what ever color your wife lets you paint it.
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White slat wall from our old bike shop,with an orange and black stripe.Can you guess which brand bikes by the colors?My old garage was covered in Pabst blue ribbon "wall paper"

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All white. It makes the Black Widow Spiders stand out when I go on a killin spree.

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that;s funny

I had no idea I would get so many great ideas.

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WHITE to maximize the light at all angles,
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WHITE to maximize the light at all angles,
Me too, all white to help these old tired eyes. Even put up white cabinets.

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White slat wall from our old bike shop,with an orange and black stripe.Can you guess which brand bikes by the colors?
KTM?
Mine is white for better light, including the floor (it needs repaited Drylock masonry sealer/paint.
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White walls, white ceiling, concrete floor.
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Floor...just simple gray concrete slab.
Walls...plain and simple white walls and ceilings (where the peg board ain't)

All of it customized last week (including my wife's SUV) with a fresh splatter pattern of red...blood...lots of it. Result of a woodworking mishap. Almost lost two fingers. Two surgeries so far to re-attach tendons and nerves...including a tissue graph. One more surgery next Monday. Dumbest thing I've ever done!

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light beige ceiling and walls (lots of light from skylights)
wainscot of teal with a red rail on top...
ribber mat floor around workspaces

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White . . . with lots of florescent lighting
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Sage and Willow walls (color-matched to interior of my Infiniti.) 50% Willow (lighter) on ceiling.

Rubbermaid brackets (dark, dark brown) for hanging bikes. tools, etc. installed at the intersection of the two tones and elsewhere. Closetmaid cabinets in satisfactory coordinating color (check out both of these items at Home Depot if you have one nearby.) Whalen 8' maple top bench (Costco if you have one.) Color coordinated outlet and switch covers (cheap, easy and distinctive upgrade.)

Floor is epoxy painted in a tan color with 50% coverage of an earth-tone mix of flecks with a granular traction layer in the clear top coat. The motorcycles park on their own charcoal-colored mats.

The total effect is darker than my old white-on-white-on-white-on concrete solution, but it looks very nice. Although the spot lamps I have currently aren't bad, I'm upgrading ceiling and bench lighting to compensate. I also exploit natural lighting now through the windows via adjustable blinds.

I added a wall mounted vacuum cleaner and am now happy to perform touch up cleaning at any time; the spiders have no chance.

If you spend any time at all in your garage, do some upgrades within whatever your budget is; you'll like it
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Harley colors. 3 1/2' black stripe across the top and bottom, with same size stripe through the middle with HD emblem every 6 ft. Yes I came in from the dark side, but still have the Harley. Looking for some BMW blue paint.

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Sage and Willow walls (color-matched to interior of my Infiniti.) 50% Willow (lighter) on ceiling.

Rubbermaid brackets (dark, dark brown) for hanging bikes. tools, etc. installed at the intersection of the two tones and elsewhere. Closetmaid cabinets in satisfactory coordinating color (check out both of these items at Home Depot if you have one nearby.) Whalen 8' maple top bench (Costco if you have one.) Color coordinated outlet and switch covers (cheap, easy and distinctive upgrade.)

Floor is epoxy painted in a tan color with 50% coverage of an earth-tone mix of flecks with a granular traction layer in the clear top coat. The motorcycles park on their own charcoal-colored mats.

The total effect is darker than my old white-on-white-on-white-on concrete solution, but it looks very nice. Although the spot lamps I have currently aren't bad, I'm upgrading ceiling and bench lighting to compensate. I also exploit natural lighting now through the windows via adjustable blinds.

I added a wall mounted vacuum cleaner and am now happy to perform touch up cleaning at any time; the spiders have no chance.

If you spend any time at all in your garage, do some upgrades within whatever your budget is; you'll like it
We need pictures! That sounds pretty cool.

I especially agree with your comment about upgrades. Do what you can afford because you will enjoy it later. My garage is my "home away from home". I spend a lot of time there and I want it to be nice. Our house is the first house that we ever designed and built. (I moved around a lot in the Army. You can't wait for a house to be built.) When we built this house my wife had her say about the upstairs. I designed the downstairs/basement for my needs. (An added benefit is that it has done wonders for our marriage to have places where we can both escape for private time.)
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You insensitive clod! Some of us don't have garages and you sit there, all high and mighty, lording over us garageless folks with your prissy little questions about paint color. What next, some question about automatic garage door openers when there are folks in the world who give their first born just to have a garage door, much less one that opens automagicly.
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Good thing you added a smiley there, Richard. Or are you looking for pre-CCR IM points?

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Bummer, Tom. Good luck with the remaining surgeries and heal well.

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C'mon now Joe, a simple bit of bickering isn't worth losing fingers over. Too far, young man.

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Who knows...with all the crap I have stacked against the wall, on shelves, or hanging from it, I can't eve see the walls.
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Too far, young man.
Ken, You ain't god, and you sure ain't the King of Karma. I just posed a simple question. You may have put too much thought into it. On second thought...
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Thanks Ken!!! I appreciate your kind words.

Joe, Big ass stupidity is more the cause than anything else. About your karma statement. I almost added a line to that nature as a joke...but then realized that had it been karma..it would have worked the other way around...and I wouldn't wish that (or even play like I did) on ya' even for a minute.

Now I'm sure you got a lock on the IM award...you boldly "amplify" both terms!

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Nope...only good stuff coming my way...just stupid is as stupid does.

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No, I ain't god, or King of anything. Actually, I am a Baron, but that's in an entirely different game than we play here. But snickering at someone's misfortune just because you have some ongoing online feud is in poor taste, period.

"Did you hear? Joe Blow crashed his bike and almost lost a leg. Oh well, he was a moron anyway and probably deserved it." You may have typed a single-word question, but your intent was immediately clear to everyone. I'm just the first one who wasn't afraid to call you on it.

Remember Joe, I actually consider you a friend and even I get tired of your cockiness and arrogance at times. Whatever your problems with Tom, or anyone else for that matter, just let it go.

I really do hope that things are going as well for you and your family as you say. But if that's the case, it isn't proof that you're right. If anything it should make all this petty bickering seem even more trivial and inconsequential than it really is.

So just let it go, and stop dragging all this garbage out in front of everyone. (That bit goes for Tom, too. It takes two to keep an argument going.)

Just be glad our Miss Manners isn't reading all this. She'd give you boys a right whooping.

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OK, now I'm confused. I've been plodding along through life thinking my true friends were the people who would tell me I had crossed (or better yet, was about to cross) the "line". Not the ones who blindly followed just to see what kind of crap I would get into next, and at who's expense. I thank them for merely being here at this point.

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I debated the smiley and decided to err on the side caution since the level of understanding for the erudite type of humor I use is somewhat lacking .
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Too easily mistaken for superciliousness...

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Too easily mistaken for superciliousness...
Now that's a mouthful.

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Thanks again Ken.

Just before my accident I was w/i an eyelash of PM'ing Joe to see if he'd break bread with me, in a virtual sense, to find our common ground, understanding, and respect. You see, this is more a difference of character for me than a feud of fundamental principles. So my level of ire with him is more intellectual than emotional...and it causes me no excitement.

But Joe just can't stop his true (sad IMO) character from showing through. I'm surrounded by better than that...Thus, I think I'll pass.

Sorry for being involved in screwing-up a great thread! BACK TO THE BIKE.


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