When your children have grown up and moved out you may be left with an empty house in more ways than one. Once filled-to-the-brim bedrooms lay bare. Stuffed-full closets are now vacant. Re-inventing your children’s bedrooms can give you purpose and inspire your creative side. There are many options when it comes to transforming spare rooms so we’ve compiled a short list of our favorites.
- A hobby room. Maybe at one time you kept your sewing machine in a corner of your bedroom or your supplies tucked away in the top of your linen closet. Now you can spread out and turn that spare room into your material mecca.
- If seams aren’t your thing, turn your room into a game room! From board games to puzzles, your new game room can entertain for hours. Hang a dart board or invest in a vintage Pac Man arcade game for an unbeatable ambiance.
- Are you not a game-player? What about adding a home office to your space? Keeping the computer, laptop and printer all in one room could help you keep distractions at bay. Making a much needed conference call after traditional office hours is much easier in a quiet home office.
- If you’ve already retired and prefer spend your days catching up on movies you’ve always wanted see but never were able to, a theater room may be for you. Make sure to add light blocking curtains and a popcorn machine for the ultimate theater experience.
- Move over, Belle because in-home libraries aren’t just for Disney Castles. Line your walls with shelves and add your favorite novels, memoirs and other essentials. With a cozy chair and comfy ottoman, you’re sure to have a new favorite room.
No matter what you decide to do with your newly renovated space, consider this: you’re sure to have visitors. Include a Murphy Wall bed to your refurbished room. No matter what you decide your new haven should be, a Murphy Wall Bed gives you an extra bedroom without sacrificing space.
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