Many of us have cluttered garages and sheds. These are additional living spaces that have the potential to become hobby houses. If you believe 2021 is the time to take up a new hobby, consider how you can best utilize the space available to you.
According to the experts, certain hobbies tend to work well in sheds and garages. Let’s take a look at some of the best hobbies to start in these spaces.
Did you know more than five million hobby magazines are sold in the U.S. every year? A considerable number of these are dedicated to woodworking.
Woodworking is synonymous with work sheds and garages. It doesn’t cost much to take up woodworking. A piece of beginner wood, a quality carving knife, and a protective glove are all you need.
With sites like Etsy, it’s never been easier to turn your creations into a potential additional income stream.
2. Vehicle Restoration
There’s nothing like turning a hunk of metal into a working vehicle. Grab your toolbox and turn that old beater into a thing of beauty.
Vehicle restoration is the ultimate garage hobby. The idea behind vehicle restoration as a hobby is that you learn as you work. There are so many new skills you can learn through vehicle restoration, such as painting, welding, and electronics.
In many ways, restoration is many hobbies wrapped into a single project.
Some inventors started their creative genius in their workshops or garages. With the opportunity to create as much noise and mess as you want, experts say garages and work sheds offer the ideal environment for trying new things.
If you have a burning desire to change the world as we know it, it might be fun for you to try to invent something.
Check out these Davison Inventions success stories for some inspiration.
Afraid of ruining the carpet with your acrylic paints? Never fear because work sheds and garages might just be the perfect location for you. Stop worrying about the mess and express yourself creatively through painting.
Grab a canvas, some brushes, and a sprinkling of inspiration to get started. With more than 40 million paintings sold every year, there’s a possibility (though very, very small) to become the next DaVinci by potentially coming up with a brand new style of painting.
5. Beer Brewing
Perhaps the fastest growing hobby in recent years has been beer brewing. Craft beer was often seen as the exclusive preserve of the beer purist, but the affordability of home brewing kits has opened the field to a whole new generation.
It’s quickly expanded across the country, with an estimated 26.3 million barrels of craft beer brewed in 2019 alone.
Garages and work sheds are often left to fester as domestic clutter dumps. Clear out space and take advantage of the space you have by picking up a new hobby.
For anything that’s messy or noisy, there’s no better space for you to indulge in your brand new hobby.