Guy Fieri's Off-the-Hook Garage

Guy Fieri, host of Food Network's Diners, Drive-ins and Dives, gets his own Garage Mahal.

DIY and Food Network join forces in one special episode of DIY's Garage Mahal. In a unique episode, celeb chef Guy Fieri gets a customized garage reflecting two of his passions: road food and classic cars.

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  1. Garage
  2. Storage Space


Fieri's completed custom garage features, as a focal point, bar shelving housed within a truck bed stood on end and flanked on either side by two 42-inch flat-screen TVs.

When not in use, the wall-mounted TV monitors are concealed and protected by the hoods of two vintage Chevelles. The hoods-as-wall-art are mounted on hinges and can be raised and lowered remotely by means of linear actuators.

The designs of tattoo artist Joe Leonard (also emblazoned on Fieri's own biceps) provide suitably striking visuals for the cabinetry in this outrageously customized garage.

Like the art on the custom cabinets, the stylized and tattoo-inspired graphic design adorning the tabletop can scarcely be characterized as subdued.

Diamond-plate paneling covers custom cabinetry and interior wall surfaces. The flooring is also covered in durable diamond-plate floor tiles that are easy to install and made from 100-percent recyclable material.

Industrial kitchen shelving, a beer-keg cooler, diner table with stools, matched classic-restaurant photo murals and road-themed wall art complete this one-of-a-kind, Triple-D decorating scheme. To paraphrase a famous diner guy, this is one garage that's off the hook.

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