Make a Home Studio!

Make a Home Studio!

Having a home studio or office is the dream for many. When inspiration strikes, you want to be able to leap right into it rather than have to travel somewhere else first. Not only can you benefit from being able to create whenever the mood strikes, but you cut down on travel costs, get to stay in your pyjamas if you want to, and benefit from your homes heating.

You are probably here because you are curious about making a home studio, and this piece is going to take a look at some suggestions on how you can do that and how to make it great!

Let’s get into it, so you can get creating!

Find the Perfect Space

Do you have a spare room that is not really used? Perhaps you have some storage boxes in it or some old clothes you haven’t gotten around to sorting out? Maybe you have a loft that is just sitting there like wasted potential?

Finding the perfect space for your home studio is an important step and might require you to get creative. After all, a space is a space when it comes to getting your own home studio, so use what you can where you have it.

Loft conversions can be excellent for giving yourself a whole new room that is out of the way, so that could be worth looking into. Just make sure you are able to get easy access to it, and purchase some Concertina loft ladders to make life easier going into your new room!

Understand the Basics

Getting hold of your essentials and having the basics put in place to get you up and running will be the most important aspect of the transformation. Unless you have the funds in place to create your dream studio, focusing on the basics so you can just begin is an excellent starting point.

Some things to consider are:

  • Lighting – do you have daylight, or will you need lamps/light electrics?
  • A desk – having a suitable table or desk to work at.
  • Ergonomic chair – something to support your neck and posture if you do sit down work.
  • Warmth – is there a radiator? Will you need plug in panel heaters?
  • Electric sockets – do you have enough electrical sockets for any appliances you might need?

These should be your main considerations, especially if you want to start as soon as possible!

Add Some Storage

It is not hard to believe that having your own studio can get chaotic if things do not have a designated place of their own. No matter what your medium, some storage will be essential to keep everything where you need or expect it to be, and to keep the floor clear and the room tidy.

If you are someone who likes to experiment with many different hobbies, having adequate storage will help keep everything separate too, so you know where to find what you need as soon as you need it!

Have fun in your new studio!

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