With new homes being designed with more functional spaces for residents nowadays, couples or small families usually end up with a spare room that they use for a variety of purposes. It can easily become a messy, cluttered box, especially if it is not styled according to its functions. You need to work out what would the room be really used for and then design and arrange it to fit those purposes.
Here are some of the common multi-purpose rooms and how you can style them:
The Home Office and Gym
If you work from home and you want to set up a gym at home, too, you can certainly turn your spare room into a dual-purpose space for a home office and a gym. Make sure you have storage cabinets or chests for yoga mats, weights, and other gym equipment (and use them diligently!) to keep the room from looking cluttered.
The Bedroom and Private Nook
If relatives or friends occasionally visit, a guest bedroom is certainly a must, but when the room is unoccupied, it can be your private nook to read for leisure, let your kids study in peace, develop your crafts, or anything else you fancy. Aside from strategically arranging the key furniture like the bed and sofa, you can also use plush, space-saving sofa-beds that you can easily pull out and put beddings on for guests when they stay over.