Creating a multi purpose room
If you are one of the lucky people that have a spare room, what are you going to do with it? Every room can benefit from various additions, but when you have got an extra room, it’s the equivalent of a blank canvas! So what do you do? Do you give it one use or do you give it many? Creating a multi-purpose room is the perfect opportunity for everybody to put their stamp on the space. But what do you do to provide it with that multi-purpose feeling without the style looking jumbled?
Fill In Each Corner
Making the most of each corner can please everybody. Getting the builders in to get rid of a piece of piping that sticking out or extending the room a little bit further can make it bigger which means that there’s more scope for people to put their own personality on the place. If you are struggling to please everybody, placing an item in each corner that represents each member of the household is ideal! If you’ve got someone that needs to work in the room, you can put a desk in one corner, a couch in another corner, and then you’ve got two other spaces to capture the aesthetic of the entire house completely.
Dividing Each Part Of The Room
If you cannot agree on one colour scheme, then you can divide the space up into numerous colours! By adding colour to the space everybody is happy, and it can create that sense of vibrancy. The big problem with a spare room is that it can be a dumping ground. Dividing each aspect of the room can be beneficial, especially if you’re planning on turning it into a kid’s bedroom. No child wants to share with a sibling, but if you can integrate your different colour schemes with a set of curtains that divides the room, it should please both parties!
Adding Extra Furniture
If your living room is overcrowded, installing a sofa or a comfy armchair with a footstool will give the space a lot more vibrancy. It shouldn’t be a forgotten space. By adding extra furniture, you’re giving the area that opportunity to thrive and to become another place for relaxation. When the living room or a kitchen is overcrowded or small, a lot of people try to force in more furniture to make it appear homelier, but this only serves to cramp the space.
Turn It Into A Reading Room
It is a perfect space to relax. So if you want to turn it into a space where people can truly get away from the stresses of the outside world (and, as an added bonus, to get your children into a space to study), turning the place into a reading room can be a perfect balance. When we have a home that is almost perfect in terms of aesthetics, a spare room can upset the balance. You can either make it a part of what the house already is an alternative to something completely new. Making one room develop its personality is crucial. If you are lucky to have a spare room, turning it into a place that has different purposes can prove tricky, but it is incredibly effective.
Thank you so much for reading!
A Tidy Mind