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Ways to Transform Your Spare Room

In this article we are going to explore 5 different ways in which you can transform your spare room into a practical space that can not only add value to your home, but your life as well.

1: Home office

OK, so this one does seem like the obvious choice, however it is not to be underestimated. In fact, transforming your spare room into an office is arguably the most practical choice. Setting a space aside in your home where you can separate your work from your rest is essentially mentally beneficial, in that you have a purpose built, dedicated room for it.

As nice as it is to work on your laptop in bed, it’s not ideal and it certainly doesn’t do your posture any good. Invest in a beautiful, top quality desk and an ergonomic office chair and you’ll certainly feel less terrible when you’re up to your eyes in work.

2: Personal Gym / Yoga Studio

This is a personal favourite of mine! What could be better than having your very own personal fitness studio in your home? It will save you slogging it to the gym every evening, waiting around to use the weights machine while some pretty, juiced up lad admires himself in the mirror.

You can opt for brighter colours to really open the room up and create a more relaxing environment. A few well-placed plants to breathe some life into the space will certainly go a long way to aid you in your personal and physical transformation.

3: Kids Play Room

Hopefully you’re lucky enough to be unencumbered by the joys of parenthood, though if not then you may have to opt for transforming your spare-room into a play area for your kids. I know, I know, it’s not half as exciting as your very own gym or a private office, though at least you’ll have somewhere fun to banish them to.

There is a wealth of gorgeous children’s furniture on the market, from toy chests to teeny tables and chairs. The best thing about it all is that you can make it as simple or as extravagant as your hearts-desire. Fancy a star-wars themed room in your house? It doesn’t even matter if your kids don’t like star wars, as you’ve now got the perfect excuse to actualise your childhood dreams.

4: Library

A personal favourite of mine: the home library. This is the perfect solution for any of you bookworms out there who dream of having a place to store your favourite books. Most charity shops sell 3 books for a quid, so you certainly won’t have any trouble filling the shelves!

Invest in a nice, cozy seating area and afford yourself the pleasure of having a quiet and peaceful area where you can be at peace and venture off to new and exciting worlds!

5: A Walk in Wardrobe

OK, so I don’t really own enough clothes to justify a walk in wardrobe, though my girlfriend would lose her mind if she could have her own, personal area where she can bung her clothes. It may seem a little excessive to some people, though it’s actually a very practical use for a spare room.

There are many ways you can do this. You could invest in a few wall to wall wardrobes, have some built in or simply throw in a couple of clothes rails and keep it retro.