1. Guest room
A fresh coat of paint, new linens and the relocation of the trophy collection to the basement is sometimes all you need to repurpose a child's room into a guest-friendly bedroom.
2. Man caveHaul in the big screen and a mini fridge, swap the bed for a comfy couch and lounge chairs and you're ready for the big game. A pool or ping pong table could be a great addition to larger spaces.
3. Hobby roomFinally, a practice room for your bluegrass band! Or a scrapbooking oasis where you can leave supplies out all the time. Bring in bright lights and a work table and you've got hobby heaven.
4. GymYou'll be amazed how much space is in that bedroom once you get rid of the bed, dresser and desk. Install some full-length mirrors so you can check your form, buy rubber floor mats, set up the speakers and maybe a TV if you need encouragement from Jillian Michaels. Then get ready to sweat.
5. OfficeReplace your kid's furniture with an expansive desk, good lighting and some file cabinets and you're on your way to productivity.
If you've tried the ideas above and still have space to spare, it might be time to think about downsizing. When you're ready, give me a call.
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