Spare Room Solutions
When it comes to home renovation, there are a number of factors that come into play when designing your dream home. After all, home is where the heart is, so you’re not really home until you have a living space your heart can be invested in. But, what is perfect, and how does that translate into interior design? There are a number of challenges you’ll face when designing your dream home, but there just might be none more daunting that deciding on what to do with a spare room. That’s where I come in. Here are some ideas of how to use some newly discovered extra space.
First and foremost, let’s talk about the potential of a home office and/or studio. The advantages of a home office or studio are many. For one thing, they give you a nice quiet place to catch up on work, be it professional or passionate, and that’s valuable, especially if you have younger kids. However, the true value of a home office or studio that the isolation of it can help you fight the temptation of various distractions. I know from experience that working from home can be a real slog in a one room apartment (and I mean one room, not even a bedroom) because my fiancee is somehow able to work with the TV going and actually prefers it. However, I had to convert our walk in closet into an office to find the solitude I needed to work at a good pace. If you’re bringing work home with you, work from home, or just picked up an instrument from Guitar Center, then a home office or studio is for you.
Another idea of what to do with your extra space is to simply use it as just that: extra space. By that I mean you could turn it into a guest bedroom. We all have the occasional need to accommodate guests, but we’re not always prepared. If you find yourself with extra space on hand, why not prepare in advance by preparing an extra crash pad for friends and family?