You have finally sent off your last child to college, and it is a bittersweet moment. You will be sad initially but when the time is right you will be ready to remodel that empty bedroom! I am here to shine a light on ideas that you can use to remodel those empty bedrooms. Turn them into any of the following:
- Yoga/Meditation Room: If you love to relax using yoga or meditation this would be the perfect place. You could add Himalayan salt rocks, a beautiful area rug, and even multi-colored yoga mats to add some design to the room.
- Walk-In Closet of Your Dreams: In my opinion, it would be a girls dream to have a closet the size of a room. You can take the room and add a vanity, a sitting area, and of course loads of built in storage for shoes, clothes, and jewelry.
- Home Theatre: I feel as if this is one of those transformations that a lot of people like to do and I understand why. Spend a few bucks and get some awesome recliner chairs and either a new television or a projector and turn that old room into an awesome movie room.
- Gym: A home gym equipped with whatever your heart desires. I see a lot of homes nowadays that have a home gym. I would say it would be pretty awesome to have the opportunity to work out in your home and save on gym fees and travel expenses to the gym.
- In House Bar: I see this in my head as basically a multi-gender man cave. You can create a spot of fun for husband and wife. The cave would have a full bar of everything you enjoy, a music system of your choice, and lights of any sort to add some décor.
- Craft Room: A craft room would be my personal dream come true. Having one location in the house with an organized space for all things crafty is a must have for anyone who likes to do crafts! Ranging from crocheting and knitting to scrapbooking and collages. A craft room would be a fun place that you could enjoy all the time.
I hope that the change of pace In your household becomes easier to accept and that you will take a chance to make that empty room something that you can enjoy for years to come. If you have any ideas or thoughts, please let me know.
Photo Credits thanks to:
wikipedia, HGTV, and Barrio Food and Drink