We’ve all got a spare room in our homes that we don’t always know what to do with. At first, you can have these big, grandiose visions of what you might like to do with the room – like creating a guest room and entertaining often. But, as you move in, you may find that you’re focusing mainly on the rooms that you need to use right away, and your gorgeous guest room becomes an afterthought. But when all of your living spaces and bedrooms are complete, you might then be able to focus on doing something special with said spare room. But what? Because the space may be a storage hotspot right now, and maybe you even want to do something different than just the standard guest room. Here are some ideas to inspire you!
First of all, if you have your own business, work from home, or are maybe interested in becoming a writer, then having an office could be perfect for you. You could have a desk and chair, and add in some cool storage, your dream office interior, and you’ve created something incredible.
A Games Room
Or maybe you want a fun space? Because you don’t always want to get serious with the extras spaces you have in the home. And, after all, it’s always nice for your home to add to your lifestyle and happiness in general. So maybe you might want to create your very own games room? You could get a foosball table, a pinball machine, even a games console. Just think about the things you would need to really enjoy the space.
If you don’t have your own closet in your bedroom or you’d love to have more space, then you could transform your spare room into a walk-in closet. And this is always a sensible way of making better use of the space – plus you could finally get your dream walk-in too.
A Reading Room
The next thing that you might want to consider, is a reading room. And this is absolutely essential for you if you are a bookworm! Maybe you’ve always wanted a home library, but you never thought you’d be able to do it! Yet, why couldn’t your little spare room become a gorgeous reading room? With bookshelves, you can quite easily start to build up a library, with a nice comfortable chair in it, so that you’re able to read in and really enjoy the space.
An Activity Space
Finally, you’re then going to want to think about whether you want to create a space for another kind of activity that you do. Do you love to paint or take photos? If there is a hobby that you have, maybe you can turn the room into a space where you do the activity? Sometimes, there’s no greater idea than to dedicate a space to your favorite hobby or passion. So this could be a perfect option for you.