Can you believe we are up to the last room in our house for customisation? This lucky, last room is currently been used as an office/laundry cupboard. It’s always the door I close first when we have guests around because quite frankly it’s a crime scene. So I am calling this room “The Many Options Room” because even though we use this room as a dumping ground, I still believe we can turn this room into a beautiful and functioning space with little effort?
Compared to other rooms of the house there is minimal work for Paul. I am sure he will scoff at the above line but from my perspective, all we need to do is insulate the walls, put up some skirting and then give this room a lick of paint. At a later stage, I would also like to double glaze the windows and change the door.
Now we come to my favourite part when I put on my brainstorming hat to create some creative options for this room. My three options for this space are as followed:
- My top option is to keep this room as a transitional study room while I am waiting for my outside study nock.
2. My other option includes having a home gym. I might need to save my gym membership fee once we finish this house renovation anyway.
The design finishings are so serene in this room. I actually want to step
I would much prefer to watch the telly…
3. My last option (I know my mum will be very excited to read about this 😊) is turning this room into a nursery. No folks we are definitely not expecting any wee bundles,
How gorgeous is this unique fanlight?
So there you have it, one complete house!! Now I just have to wait for the builder aka Paul to catchup to my ideas. He is always telling me that I have to be patient. “Good things take time” seems to be his go-to line with me these days. My rebuttal is that I am not impatient, I am just creatively restless. 😊😊