Decorating a home is arguably the best part of moving. All the stress that comes with mortgage calculators and real estate agents are done and finally you get to be creative. The decor that you choose is what makes a space truly your own.
Man caves have multiple purposes: they are a place to be alone, to indulge in hobbies, and to hang out with male friends. It is, loosely, a male-only space to retreat to watch sports or play video games.
A she-shed is your crafting corner. It’s your quiet place to curl up with your latest book. It’s a gardening spot. The beauty of a she-shed is it can be whatever you make it. The whole point is that you remove yourself from the chaos of your house and possibly the people around you and have a quiet space all to yourself.
When you think of a den what comes to mind? Is it a cozy dimly lit room with high ceilings and bookshelves? Maybe with a sliding ladder that can access the books on the high shelves? What about a fireplace, comfortable overstuffed chairs and ottomans, lamps for reading? What does your perfect den look like?
Whether your home office is a designated space for running a business, the occasional telecommute, or simply a nook for paying bills and organizing your schedule, creating a comfortable well-lit office will make you happier while you’re in it.
Your kids are growing into teenagers or they’ve moved away from home and you would like a sophisticated play room for you and your friends. We’ll talk today about your options and narrow it down to just 3 elements needed to refresh into a rec room.