Whether your building, moving into your new two storey living design or feel your second storey needs an overhaul, the following 3 Ways to Accessorise your Upstairs Retreat will ensure your space is optimised to the highest potential.
1. Home Office
If you work from home or you like to keep your books organised, then a home office is the perfect way to accessorise your upstairs retreat. A desk, computer or laptop are all you need to get your home office up and running. Dependent on the space, you can even add a filing cabinet, book case and lounge chair if you have more than one working in the area at a time, or if there’s two of you, another desk will work wonders.
2. Activity Area
If you have children – or even if you don’t, an upstairs activity area can be a great space to chill out and unwind in your own company, or the company of your family. This area of your home can be full of children’s games for those who have young one’s or can be made into a fun space for adults too.
Whether it’s full of kids toys, or you add in your own home bar and arcade machines or pool tables, the options are endless.
3. Relaxing Retreat
The most simple, yet effective option of accessorising your upstairs retreat is to keep it clean and basic. Utilise this space by adding a chair and a book case, and use it as the name suggests.
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