These 9 garage doors I found online seem to think outside of the box. But some of them are so wacky, I wonder what it would be like to see them every day.
Then again, maybe having a fun and totally unique garage door makes you laugh when you see it every time. What do you think? Take a look at these 9 garage doors and let me know which is your favorite, which is too much and which one you’d like to own.
I’m personally not a fan of big trucks, working trucks, or anything construction related. So this garage door wouldn’t be for me. At all. This door might be good for someone that works in a construction job maybe?
Honestly? I like this for Halloween! Especially the sign in the yard next to it! (I would add “and sales people” to the sign, personally). Would this scare children? I don’t think so, you can tell it’s a cartoony fake door.
As a fan of the beach, I could totally dig this garage door decal! Take me back to the sun and waves and the chill, relaxed, nothing on the agenda days. Yes please….
Even if I had a million bazillion dollars, I wouldn’t spend it on my garage door. This is a bit excessive, don’t you think? I mean, who needs a deck that is also a garage door? If I had that much money, I think I’d build a separate deck somewhere else.
But the inside of this garage is DREAMY! Wow, looks like a scene straight out of movie.
I know I was harsh on the previous picture, but this one is just too cool. There is a way to own a “hidden” garage door that doesn’t seem excessive.
This garage door decal totally plays tricks on my mind, I’m laughing so much! But it’s a snowy one so it would only work when there is snow on the ground.
Izzy Stiph?!?! I love this one for Halloween. It’s cute and creative. What other made up names could you put here?
This one is pure genius. You can’t even tell it’s a garage door. One trend I’m seeing all over Pinterest right now is metal garage doors painted to look like wood. Must be a trend to make your garage door look like the rest of your house.
Every time I stare at this garage door, my mind plays tricks on me. How does this even work? How did someone come up with this contraption?
What about you – have you seen any creative garage doors lately? Also, where do you get your garage door checked out? Some people just go back to the place they bought the door from. (Not sure what is worse, a loud, clangy garage door, or an ugly one). I found some garage door services in Sacramento, Dallas, Kansas City and a few other cities.
I wonder if garage doors follow trends based on location – what are you seeing where you live?