Decorating Your Bonus Room? Here Some Ideas to Get You Started!

Need Ideas for Decorating Your Bonus Room? We’ve got some for you.

Craft room? Yoga studio? Mini-library? Second office? Guest bedroom? Play room? If you’ve wrestled with countless ideas for your spare space and are still stumped, fear not. Whether you have a small home attic, a basement nook or a loft space that you’re still not sure how to use, no need to worry, there are plenty of ideas for giving that bonus room a fresh look with renewed purpose.

Here are a few fun ways to decorate that surplus space:

A top floor attic:

Here, the attic is converted from storage center to blissful bedroom. Perfect for overnight visitors, this cozy bed works well for children and youngsters. Built-in shelving provides a space for books, toys and artwork, while traditional wall sconces give the room a dose of light. Extra drawers and cabinets offer additional space for blankets, pillows and stuffed animals. A desk gives this room more functionality for operating as a station for homework, craft projects or reading.

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Image Credit: Image Via Houzz

Have An extra bedroom?

This offers the perfect space for a home gym. Whether outfitted with fancy equipment or simple bands and balls, this space will inspire fitness dedication. A few mirrors, a table and a television are all the must-haves for a private gym. Pilates, yoga and cardio are all options in this sleek and simple upstairs health studio.

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Image Credit: Image Via Beazer


Are you an Inner Artist? Use your bonus room:

Play Picasso in a space dedicated to canvas and color. An art studio is the perfect solution for unused space. Ideal for garages, storage sheds and attics, this creative center will be the perfect spot to experiment in painting or drawing. A workbench, art supplies and good light is all that’s needed to create more than a few stunning masterpieces.

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Image Credit: Image Via The Alfano Group

Bookworms Rejoice, we’ve got you covered too!

Forget storing books all over the house or watching them collect dust in the basement. A home library offers the perfect spot for storing and displaying tomes in a pretty and practical fashion. Floor to ceiling shelving gives this space plenty of room for beloved books and favorite stories.

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Image Credit: Image Via Homedit

A Bonus Room Transforms into a Man Cave:

The ultimate game room meets man cave, this space is ideal for sporting events and parties. With reclining leather seats, multiple television screens and a bunch of art in the way of autographed jerseys, this is a male fantasy come true. A fully stocked bar gives this basement space even more luster for anyone desiring a few refreshments during the big football game.

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Image Credit: Image Via Epic Man Cave

Kid’s Need a Space to Call Their Own:

Parents will find a large playroom to be a dream come true. Perfect for containing toys, games and art projects, this space will be like permanent kiddie camp. A couch, clothing racks and cubbies offer a spot for kids to hoard treasures, while a large television is good for mid-day meltdowns and movie time. Paper lantern lighting adds a fun and whimsical touch to this adult free zone.

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Image Credit: Image Via Pinterest

Thanks so much to Amy for offering to write this guest post about what to do with rooms that vex you the most. ? Some of us get bonus rooms in new houses, or have an often unused room in an older home. Ideas rift through your mind, but never come to fruition. So you end up using it to store things you don’t need. This post helps you narrow down your choices from the bonus room menu. Guest Post By Amy Spagnola for LuxeDecor

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