When clients approached Andy Fusia about building a second garage on their home to house their motorcycles, the owner of Aurora Home Improvement in Cumming, Ga., saw an opportunity. Faced with the fact that no one wants their house to look like it's sporting two garages, Fusia fashioned an addition that looks more like a sunroom than a garage.

On the outside, the white, horizontal siding matches the rest of the house, and windows and French doors help disguise the space's true use. The double French doors on the side of the garage open with automatic door openers so the bikes can drive right in.

Inside, the 14-by-20-foot space has plenty of room for the bikes, plus storage. Interior French doors lead in to the kitchen from the garage. But in the kitchen, the doors are disguised as built-in bookcases -- another inspired camouflage job that lends visual appeal and utility.