26 Apr Comfortable Resort Style Living at Home
Find out how to turn little used rooms in your home into Comfortable Resort Style Living
Do you have rooms in your home that you seldom use? Maybe a dining room, a formal living room, an extra bedroom, a game room or even a basement?. Why not create a special sanctuary for yourself or your family?. Why not create a serene retreat where you could meditate or read a book?. A place free of TVs, cell phones and the fast pace of today’s life.
A master bedroom could be turned into a Zen Like comfortable retreat where you can unwind from a busy day. This environment can also flow into your master bathroom where you can create the feeling of a spa. Maybe a nearby extra bedroom that is seldom used could be changed into a yoga studio. You could still put a sofa bed in this room to accommodate guests.
Below are CAD (computer aided design) photos of creative solutions I put together for clients.
If you have a family room and a formal living room you might want to do something different with your living room. You could turn it into a conversation room.
If you have a dining room you don’t use, you could turn it into a Wine Lounge or a Reading Room.
Maybe your idea of relaxing is watching a movie in a comfortable room free of distractions. An extra bedroom can be changed into a home theater. This room will be free of noise, like dishes banging in the kitchen.
What about adding a spa to your home?. I had one client where we took their lower level (basement) and turned it into a Spa. Below are CAD photos of that project. The spa featured stone walls and teak ceiling as well as a natural stone floor. In the actual installation we used pebble stone paths through the spa.
I designed the shower in this Home Spa with glass on 3 sides so to give the room a spacious look.
The spa also included a fireplace, whirlpool tub and a sauna.
Please let me know if you want to turn your seldom used rooms into comfortable resort style living.