Your custom home design doesn’t need to be constrained by your budget. After all, you should be able to afford all of the amenities you want in your new home. However, doing so calls for some ingenuity on your part and on the customization options provided by your builder partner. These rooms deserve your attention, so see if they align with your interests and lifestyle!
A Home Gym
Going to the gym might be part of your usual routine. However, society has changed to accept the new normal to reduce public gatherings. So that means that your usual routine will have to change, too. That’s why having a personal gym as part of your custom home design is so beneficial. You don’t have to set aside space in your bedroom or living room for your exercise equipment. Dedicating a room to all of it is worth the investment. Your health and wellness is tied to your fitness regimen – the equipment, machines, and sports-related motivational quotes along with memorabilia can turn your home gym into something truly special.
A Home Office
A private office is another crucial component of a custom home design. Back in 2013, 30 million Americans worked from home at least once a day per week. Now seven years later, that trend has been completely transformed – many employees now need to work offsite. In other words, a home office has never been more valuable. Telecommuting is likely to become a way of life, and that calls for a space with comfy, ergonomic chairs, uncluttered desks, and plenty of lighting to help avoid eye strain after hours of staring at a screen and typing on a keyboard.
A Studio Room
A studio room has more of an impact on your custom home design than you might expect. Whatever your creative endeavors are, having a studio room or hobby is well worth it. Using a spare room as a workshop means you won’t have to squeeze everything into your garage or clutter up other rooms in your home. Home theaters, dens, libraries, and game rooms are often included in the proposed floor plan of any custom home – why not make yours unique by incorporating the three rooms we’ve discussed above?
Remote School Room
One last idea is to add an extra room. Most of the time, this flex space would be used in the interest of hobbies, activities, or other interests you might have. However, setting up a remote school room for your kids is a great way to take advantage of the flexibility that custom homes can bring you.
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