I'm at the frame up stage of building my house and the builder as put the internal door in the garage in the top corner (entry side) of the room rather than the original spot of being in the middle.
I appreciate that traditional layout is to put them in the corner as there is a bit more space but we want to use the rear wall for a storage and to have symmetry with the door on the other side of the hall moved it to the centre so that when you exit the garage you can go straight into the opposing door (which goes to the master bedroom).
So now my wife is second guessing the central placement and is thinking about keeping in the top left corner. As we've never lived in a house with a double garage before we are wonder what works for people. We have two cars and will have two kids.
So does anyone see an issue with an door opening outwards in the centre of the garage or do we reduce the size of the storage to fit the door into the corner?