Make space to exercise at home by transforming your extra square footage into a workout zone. No worries if you don’t have a bonus room

Even a nook or empty corner just big enough for your kind of training could become a spot to work up a sweat. These ideas for fitting a gym into your home by Mr. Kate will get you inspired.

This idea by Eisner Design turns a dark basement into a sun-drenched space that both kids and parents can enjoy. The homeowners needed a place where they could get their cardio fix while watching their kids. On the left is the home gym and on the right is the children’s playroom.

Architectural details give the gym in this newly built house by Cedar Hill Custom Homes plenty of old-timey character. The brick walls and exposed beams epitomize industrial style. Vibration mats placed under the exercise equipment keep the wood floor protected.

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