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Batman paint color scheme for my garage(complete)


Hello Brothers,

I am getting close to completing some work in my garage where I am insulating and finishing it off to look like a more completed room. It will still function as a garage/work area but I am wanting to paint the walls in a batman color scheme. I am having trouble deciding on what colors to go with and how to design it. Part of me thinks black and dark blue colors would be too dark for a garage as one needs light to clearly see whatever you may be working on. I dont want to go super detailed with actual batman art painted on the walls. Just wanting to have the color scheme. Should I do one color on the lower half of the walls and then a border another color like the a chair rail that would look like the belt and then a different color on the top half of the walls? Should I just do one color on one wall and a different on the others and so forth? Has anyone here painted any rooms with batman color schemes? I'd appreciate any imput you might have. Thanks!

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Re: Batman paint color scheme for my garage


I did manage to come up with an idea for my garage. But first I had to finish insulating it. Here are some progress pics.
These are before insulating.
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Insulation applied and then OSB.
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Insulated Garage Door
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Starting to paint my Batman Color Scheme!
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The top will be a dark blue
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Wow. You could do anything in there. I would love a blank canvas like that just one more time. If that was my space I know what I would do. Here is one I did years and years ago for six flags. You could do it in there with roofing paper spattered with foam and then painted without hardly any cost or you could always use chicken wire paper machette or plaster.

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That's awesome! I wish I could do something like that but it wouldnt be functional for our garage plus my fiance woudnt allow it. I'd like to do that to a basement room at some point. My garage will have stuff hanging form the walls all over. Really cool idea though. I even hope to one day have my own Batman-cave with a secret door behind a clock. emoticon

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Looking good bro, I plan to do something similar when my wife and I buy our first house this summer.

-Daniel

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Thanks! I appreciate it. You will have a blast when you get a home doing things the way you want them. I have an endless list of house projects. If I could just stay home and work on the house all day instead of work I would. But then I wouldn't be able to afford my batman addition. LOL! :guitar

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Quote:

kgo5xd77 wrote:

Thanks! I appreciate it. You will have a blast when you get a home doing things the way you want them. I have an endless list of house projects. If I could just stay home and work on the house all day instead of work I would. But then I wouldn't be able to afford my batman addition. LOL! :guitar



I understand. i could spend 6 months at home and still not have everything i want done
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Small update. Here is what it looks like with the blue on. I'm really digging it.
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As you can see I still have a lot of stuff to move around before I can tackle the other side.
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Hey that is beautiful, good job brother.

-Daniel

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Thanks! I appreciate that. I spent all weekend on it and tonight. I'm not the fastest but I am happy with it. Here are the completed photos.
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