Modern homes now include dedicated space for exercise, work, and art and craft for clutter-free living. The idea of clutter-free living is not new. In 2013, about 30 million Americans worked at home, which means one in five Americans had a workplace at home. The figures have increased eventually, and more people prefer to have a small office at home. The same is the case with health-conscious people who are adding an exercise dedicated area to their home to stay fit.
You can customize the space and use the way you want to like for painting if you have an interest in art and craft. Here are some ideas to create a dedicated space without any reconstruction work.
1. Hobby Room: You can make the garage your hobby room. All you need to do is add cabinets if they are not installed already, a table, ventilation system, and furniture (depending on the hobby). Use the cabinets to store hobby materials such as paper, scissor, paint, brush, glue, and more. Have all the required stuff in one place to prevent rushing to the room.
2. Laundry Room: You can use the laundry room to make a gym at home. For gymming, you don’t need much space if you are not planning to add heavy machines such as treadmill and pec fly machine. You can do some essential exercise every day in the morning and even weight lifting, they require less space. Everyday exercises do not need much space.
3. Attic: For study room or office, use the attic space. Get it remodeled by adding cabinets and a nice interior. Use your imagination and creative instinct to create an office in the attic space. The attic is the least visited place of the house where you can expect peace to work and study.
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