A Smart Way To Transform A Room Into An Office-Bedroom

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Although home renovations can sometimes be a chore it is important to make sure that the end result is exactly what you desire. When this happens, no matter how long the renovation takes or how much it costs, your family and friends will be in love with the final result.

Why a renovation?

Renovations are one of the best investments a homeowner can make to their existing place of residence. Renovations themselves help add value and appeal to your home which can easily help with the future, especially if the house will be sold down the road. Today renovations can be made for anything including the standard bedrooms, the basement or kitchen along with the ability to add extra space or create a more modern look. Since renovations help improve the value of your home it is important to think about what your needs are along with any ideas that can help add your personality.

If you are finding that you don't have much room to have a guest room, why not consider combining the study and bedroom together. But I hear you say "but its not possible we don't have enough room to fit a desk and a bed", so heres where the magic of layout and design comes into it. You can transform your office into a guest room by building a trundle bed, that fits neatly into a split level space. The benefits of not only utilising the space by building upwards (like the Japanese do so well in their architecture) you can also use the drawers as storage spaces, or table top areas as well. To create such a bed by yourself can be a hard task, but a professional can easily make one for you. Not only are these pull out beds a very funky and modern way to use the space (or lack there of space) in your room, but the added feature that you now have an office and extra bedroom is a asset upon selling your home.

Check out the website from Good Home Design to view the transformation>>>

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