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What To Do With That Spare Room


Do you have a spare room in your home? Perhaps you had bought a large house thinking that you would need an extra guest room, or you were thinking of setting up a home office or mini library in the spare room, but plans have changed and you just have an extra room that is not being used. This spare room does not have to be a waste of space, as there are different creative ways you can make use of this area of your home.

An extra room can be used for your hobbies, perhaps interests such as arts and crafts, painting, or sewing. You can use the spare room not just for working on your creative projects, but also for displaying them so guests can check out what you have been working on,. Exhibit-style displays and collections are enriching additions to your home.

If you are interested in music, a spare room can be converted into a music room, where your piano, guitar, drums, violin, or other musical instruments can be stored and played. In order to minimize noise, you may have to look into noise insulation systems such as padded walls, but a music room is another great way to make use of your extra room. This is also a great option for those who like to record their instrument-playing or even their singing prowess.

For fitness and health buffs, a home gym can be set up in a spare room. Equipment such as treadmills and weights can be laid out in a more organized and convenient way in a separate room, rather than as part of the basement or the living room. You can even invite your friends and family members to invest in fitness equipment with you and then do their workouts at your house. This is definitely more affordable than having to pay for a gym membership on a monthly basis.

If you are thinking of taking up Yoga Teacher Training, your spare room can serve as your yoga room or meditation area. Yoga practice areas are ideally quiet, private, and very intimate areas, and you can much more easily achieve this ambiance that is ideal for Intensive Yoga Teacher Training if you have a spare room that is separate from the other areas of the house. Yoga requires full concentration and calming of the mind and nerves, and your extra room in the house is perfect for this purpose.

 


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