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Posted 08/22/2019 in Epoxy Design Ideas

5 Epoxy Garage Floor Ideas

5 Epoxy Garage Floor Ideas

Is your garage the place you go to do your hobbies, such as woodworking? Is it the place that stores all your families outdoor activity items? Or is it more like a car showroom? No matter what you use your garage for, you want to protect the concrete, so that it does not stain or crack and it continues to look good for many years. 

Epoxy is a great protectant, as it is long-lasting, durable, and looks amazing. It also is resistant to stains from oil and other chemicals. This makes it ideal for use in a garage. Epoxy has many different decorative flooring options. 

Let’s take a look at five epoxy garage floor ideas.


1. Traditional Vinyl Flakes

Most traditional epoxy garage floors are done with vinyl flakes. Vinyl flakes are simple to install and also help make the epoxy slip-resistant. The flakes come in many colors, so you have a lot of choices with this epoxy garage flooring type.


2. Faux Stone

If you want a fancier garage floor, faux stone is a great choice. Mixing solid colors and metallic additives together produce a floor that can look like marble or granite. This is great of your garage is more of a show area, or if you just want a super nice looking space to work in. This is also a great choice if you are planning on turning your garage into an extra room.


3. Checkerboard

A lot of people love the checkerboard look on their garage floors. You can achieve the checkerboard look with epoxy! This will give your garage a real showroom quality look.


4. Solid Color

If all you want is an easy-to-install, functional garage floor, a solid color may be the way to go. You can easily just apply the epoxy, wait for it to cure, and go back to using your garage. This is a great idea for a DIYer.


5. His and Hers

Do you and your significant other both use the garage for your hobby area? Perhaps you like to build computers and your significant other likes to do stained glass? You can create his and her epoxy flooring, with each half of the garage floor reflecting your favorite colors.

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