All the Resources You Need to Design an At-Home Multipurpose Studio

By Carleen Moore | Work From Home

Nov 07

Imagine a space at home that was entirely yours for hobbies. By designing a multipurpose studio, you can turn that dream into reality! You can use your at-home multipurpose studio as a space for almost anything you enjoy doing, especially music! As a bonus if you sell your home in the future, prospective buyers will love this feature.

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We offer the following insight into why you’ll love having an at-home multipurpose studio. A look at what kind of furniture and equipment you might need for this space. 

Why Design a Multipurpose Studio? 

No matter what you like doing in your spare time. Having a private space for your hobbies and interests will help you get the most out of your free time. 

  • With so many people working remotely, having a home office is more valuable than ever.
  • Setting up a home gym will help you stick to your workout schedule.
  • Also, multipurpose rooms can be used as a study room for your kids. Great for a distraction-free space for homework or enrollment into an online program to get your degree.
  • A multipurpose room can be the perfect space to set up your home recording studio.
  • Do you want to renovate other parts of your home? Plan for a few projects that will raise your property’s appraisal value.

Furnish and Outfit Your Studio 

From smart devices to fitness gear to music equipment, you may want to add these items to the shopping list for your multipurpose studio. 

  • Whether you want to practice yoga or focus on cardio, you’ll need some basic equipment for your home gym to help you get started.
  • Budget for all the devices and smart tech you’ll need to be productive and organized.
  • Research the necessary equipment to set up a music recording area.

Spruce Up Your Studio 

There may be durations that blocking off time for cleaning and organizing are prudent. Creating a routine of keeping your belongings from being strewn around is good practice. 

  • Decide what to keep, donate, or toss in order to keep your studio free from clutter.
  • Deep cleaning your studio should be a weekly item on your to-do list to protect your family from COVID-19.
  • Going the extra mile to make your studio smell fresh is a nice touch.
  • You don’t have to go shopping for cleaning products that will kill COVID-19 — try making these DIY formulas in your own kitchen!

With a multipurpose studio, you’ll find that you have more time to spend engaging in the hobbies you’re most passionate about. Also, this studio will be a major selling point for future buyers. If you ever decide to list your home on the market.


  • Yavor Voynov says:

    Spot on! I’ve come to appreciate my recording booth for more than the acoustic benefits it brings to my work. There is just something about a dedicated space that streamlines the daily grind. A place you consistently utilize with purpose does wonders for getting into the right headspace when focus and/or motivation are in short supply.

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