Decorative chips and flakes add texture which is visually interesting. Plus they make the floor less slippery than a pure epoxy coating.
The idea of this stunning and contemporary garage is to create a work of art that complements the form of your vehicle and becomes at one with it. Taking about this dream garage design Holger says:
The granite feel of epoxy with flakes is even more striking when an ultra bold color is involved such as electric blue. For a real showstopper don’t limit the powerful color to the flakes. Let the whole floor be radiant as shown below!
Architects are often confounded with some amazing challenges and when uber-talented Takuya Tsuchida was asked to design a home which had limited space but would sport a garage sufficient to house 9 large cars.
In fact some homeowners purposefully keep their garage door closed just to prevent nosy neighbors from seeing all of the junk piled up within. When most of us embark on our spring cleaning and de-cluttering endeavors we attack closets kitchen pantries basements and linen cabinets.
The work of Rick Krug from TR Building & Remodeling on this lovely Connecticut home is the perfect example of classic form encasing contemporary sizzle.