Home Gym Design

It’s a new year, and for many people, that means getting back into a workout routine. What better way to do that than by adding a home gym to your house! Everyone has a different workout plan that requires different equipment. Whether you allocate a whole room or a corner of the house, check out these ideas for a workout space that will be inspiring and enjoyable to use!

 


A wall of mirrors can make the room seem larger and more open. Mirrors can also bounce light around to make the room brighter. Bonus: you will be able to check your form throughout your workout!

 


If your home has a view, enjoy it during your workout with floor-to-ceiling windows. Don’t forget blinds or curtains to control the sunlight coming in — you don’t want to be blinded while exercising.

 


Your gym doesn’t have to be a separate closed-off room that is hidden away. Keep it open and airy with a glass wall to incorporate it more into the rest of the house.

 


Take your workout outside with an open-air room! Wooden floors add a nice ambiance to the room and are easy to clean. If you don’t have a stellar view, consider setting up your gym in the garage, where you can open the door to let in the breeze.

 


Make sure to design your home gym in your own personal style to make it a space you want to spend time in. If you prefer a more luxurious look with draped curtains, a chandelier and potted plants, go for it!

 


If you don’t have an extra room to dedicate to a gym, turn an alcove into your workout space. A large rug helps to visually hold the area together.

 


Add color and life to your space with some fresh invigorating green plants sprinkled throughout the room.

 


Make your home gym feel like a spa! Have a shelf for some rolled up towels and a mini fridge for some bottles of water so you are ready to go for every workout.

 


Mirrored cabinets are a smart, aesthetically pleasing way to divide your space, make the room look larger, and also provide extra storage for workout equipment to prevent the room from looking cluttered.

 


Use bright colors to create an invigorating space that motivates you to work hard! Try an exciting color on the floor, an accent wall, or even the ceiling.

 

With a motivating space in your house, you will never have an excuse to put off your exercise routine! Whether you prefer complex machines or simple weights, a smart and functional area in your home is all you need for a good workout!