Here Are the 5 Most Creative Ways We’ve Seen Customers Use Their Flex Rooms

The versatility of a flex room not only boasts added potential, valuable square footage, and a multitude of options, but also an opportunity to reflect your own unique style, individual taste, and meet the dynamic needs of your family.

​Our flex rooms are blank canvases just waiting for you to make them your own! But best of all, whether you know exactly how you want to decorate the flex room in your house, or you are struggling to commit to an idea, the space can adapt and change with you through different chapters of life.

​Wondering how to decorate a flex room or looking for some modern flex room ideas to take your space to the next level? Are you just itching to get your hands dirty with a new DIY home improvement project or hoping to elevate the spare bedroom you just can’t figure out what to do with?

​Here are 5 ideas of creative uses for your flex room and some insight from our happy homeowners about why they love their space:

1: Home Office or Study
​Whether you’re working from home or simply looking for a productive space to focus, meet deadlines, or pay the bills, transform your extra square footage into a quiet office space. The quintessential use for the extra room in your house, an office provides a dedicated home for the computers and a peaceful escape to work remotely.

Here’s why our homeowners love it:
“The upstairs game room is the kids’ game room/music room/media room, and our flex room downstairs is an office. This way we can work but still be separate from the kids’ upstairs area. Kids can do piano lessons, work on school, play board games, and read upstairs while we get our work done downstairs! It is the perfect setup for our family!!”

2: Learning Center

​Utilize the flex room in your house to create a distraction-free homework station, homeschool room, or online school study space. With millions of students now learning from home, carving out a purposeful space for your child to study can help promote and nurture their education, growth, creativity, and discovery.

​Creating a separate learning space that doesn’t take up your kitchen table or infringe on their personal bedroom offers the dedicated space school-aged children deserve.

3: Kids’ Play Room

​Keep the everyday mess of kids’ toys and books corralled. Children of all ages will love to have a separate, imaginative, and colorful play space to call their own (and you’ll appreciate the Legos having a new home rather than strewn throughout the house).

​Having a designated space for board games, costumes, puzzles, and more, makes for a tidier home, while keeping the kiddos entertained for hours with endless fun!

4: Workout Room or Home Gym

​Create a personal gym in the comfort of your own home. No more commute or waiting in line for machines. Say bye-bye to gym memberships and shared equipment, and hello to a private workout space available at your convenience (open 24/7 AND you can play music as loud as you want!).

​Whether you’re into yoga, cardio, or strength training, maintain a healthy lifestyle and reach your fitness goals in your customized space.

5: Poker Room or Man Cave

​The man cave of your home doesn’t have to be in an expansive basement or spare garage. Whether your interests revolve around sports, game nights, or happy hours, create a comfortable space to relax and entertain.

​From small get-togethers to cocktail parties or simply hanging out, unwinding, and exploring hobbies, make the most out of the flex room in your house and bring your dreams to life.


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