Welcome to Part 2 of our post aimed at helping you make the most of your spare room. In Part 1 we looked at some of the more traditional uses of a spare room which you could consider, but if you aren’t very traditional, here are some additional ideas for your spare room.
Meditation chamber or yoga room
Maybe you’re in need of a space that allows you to get away from the noise of the world and just relax, contemplate and meditate. Your spare room could be the perfect room to create a space for this purpose. This room should be free of any technology and feature minimal furniture – think yoga matts and cushions. Try and bring some nature into the room with plants and lots of natural light.
If you’re a musical being, turning your spare room into a music room has probably crossed your mind already; but for those of you who are still working on your new year’s resolution of learning to play a musical instrument, this could be the perfect opportunity to help pursue your dream. Be sure to do up your room in a way that allows you to show off your instrument and enjoy practicing or playing in front of a small audience of friends and family from time to time.
If you enjoy drawing, painting or model building, turning your spare room into an art studio could give you more time to enjoy your hobby without affecting the rest of the household. Be sure to decorate your new art room in a way that makes enjoying your hobby easier, but also helps you clean up your mess without too much hassle. You may want to including temporary surfaces that are easy to wipe down.
If you would like the option of turning your spare bedroom into your dream space, contact Mobus or visit www.richfieldlifestyle.com for more information the properties available in this development.
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