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please post pics of your garage/basement bakery conversion

post #1 of 56
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my son and DIL are converting their garage...i'd love to some them some of your pics!
post #2 of 56
I would love to see them too.so her'sa bump
post #3 of 56
Heres a bump!! I want to turn my garage into a kitchen where I can do my cakes.
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post #4 of 56
Me Too! DH is all set to start the conversion for me this fall - I am totally excited!!!
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post #5 of 56
I wish I had the room to convert an area to a bakery-- might have to consider the basement after the oldest moves out! or IF he moves out??? LOL! I would just love to see how people set it up.
post #6 of 56
I am <...theees..> close to being finished with my basement kitchen. It's a new build, not a conversion, but I will share pics when it is done. My one concern is that it's very tiny (10x14'), and I'm concerned that I won't have enough room for everything I need. I would think a garage would be better because there would be more space.
- Natalie
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post #7 of 56
Hi I have never posted before but I am very proud of my bakery so I thought I would show you.
My son in law and his father did the majority of the renos. We only had a single car garage so it isn't as big as I would like. I ran out of room the first week. But it is serving it's purpose so far.
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Brenda
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post #8 of 56
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very cute! thank you for sharing...it looks like you fit in everything you needed. they didn't make you put a bathroom in?
post #9 of 56
Very nice BrandT! It looks great! I'm excited to see everyone else's.
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post #10 of 56
I didn't need a bathroom but we did have to put in a handwashing sink. I don't have a pic of that part of the bakery.
Brenda
post #11 of 56
Really nice Brenda! Very tidy - is this before you started working in it?!!
- Natalie
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post #12 of 56
Wow that is nice- it was converted from a garage? I can't wait until Ican redo my basement!
post #13 of 56
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Originally Posted by TubbsCookies

Really nice Brenda! Very tidy - is this before you started working in it?!!


icon_lol.gif HAHA yes we had just opened
post #14 of 56
Very nice BandT! I'm totally jealous! Would you mind sharing a ballpark figure of how much it cost you to renovate your garage? (Sorry, if I'm being rude asking this...you certainly don't have to tell us).
post #15 of 56
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Originally Posted by cylstrial

Very nice BandT! I'm totally jealous! Would you mind sharing a ballpark figure of how much it cost you to renovate your garage? (Sorry, if I'm being rude asking this...you certainly don't have to tell us).


In total just for the renos not including appliances it was around $5000.00
The biggest expense was the floor.
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