David Wilson Homes is offering homeowners at its Romans’ Edge development in Huntingdon some fresh inspiration on putting their spare room to good use.
Romans’ Edge has just announced its newest phase of two, three, four and five bedroom homes. The two bedroom homes offered at the development will feature a spare room and David Wilson has come up with a list of different ways for homebuyers to utilise their spare room.
Jason Hearn, Sales Director at David Wilson Homes South Midlands, said, “For those who don’t require the extra bedroom in their new home, they have the freedom to use the room however they wish and transform it to their own liking.
“Social media has been abound with hot tips on home organisation so we’ve gathered together some of the best examples from our buyers of innovative ways to use a spare bedroom.”
David Wilson Homes’ top spare room suggestions are:
Work from home with a study
A peaceful home office space could tick the box for working professionals looking to work from the comfort of their own home.
A study space could also be used by the whole family as it could be the perfect place for children to complete homework after school and means that bedrooms can be a tech-free zone.
Unwind after a long day with a wellbeing room
For those who struggle to switch off, creating a zen space in the home could be the perfect antidote.
Having a calm space to practice yoga and enjoy aromatherapy at home means that homeowners can relax and reap the many health benefits without having to leave the house.
Enjoy some family time with a games room
For many, that dream home would really become a reality with a games room, offering a great area to either unwind after a hard day’s work or a space for homebuyers to spend quality time with their children.
The spare room could be filled with traditional arcade games, a dartboard, a pool table or even a video game setup, complete with a large TV and comfortable seating in order to make sure people have an area to relax and enjoy their favourite activities.
Create your very own dressing room
One luxury homeowners can create is their very own walk in wardrobe. This use of space was once only reserved for mansions with a mass number of rooms but now a dressing room can be achieved easily.
The spare room would need a large wardrobe or a number of clothing rails completed with a large mirror. The creation of a dressing room would also free up a lot of space in the bedroom,
Jason added: “Our beautiful new homes are designed by expert architects with modern lifestyles in mind, so are ideal for accommodating all kinds of potential spare room uses.”
Perched on the south bank of the River Great Ouse, the development is just over two miles away from the larger town of Huntingdon, which can be reached via a number of bridges and offers a wide range of amenities.
With excellent road connections, Cambridge and Peterborough can both be reached in under half an hour via the A14 and A1. Public transport also ensures that residents can reach Peterborough in around 45 minutes and Cambridge in just over an hour.
For those who enjoy the countryside, the town is located close to Portholme, the largest meadow in England, ideal for walking four-legged friends and family days out.