Whilst your box room might not be the most important room in the house, it’s certainly a space that deserves some love and care. I mean, we should never just class the box room as wasted space – there are a whole host of ways you can utilize it.
In the following article, we’ll be looking up great ways you can upgrade your box room without spending a big old lump of cash.
So, let’s waste no further time and dive straight into it!
Change the Paint/wallpaper
The cheapest way you can make changes to your box room is simply painting the walls a different color or changing the wallpaper. Whilst this won’t cost you a tonne to do, it will have a huge impact on the overall feel of your box room.
Changing the wallpaper is a huge upgrade to any space, but can be extremely impactful on a room that is limited for space and doesn’t have a great deal inside.
You can also upgrade and replace things like picture frames and small decor in order to give the room a new lease of life (thanks to PicFrames for the advice).
Create An Office
If you’re struggling to decide what to do with your box room area, why not make it into a small office? Despite many thinking this is an expensive venture, it’s really not. I mean, most people already have a computer or laptop, the only addition you’re really making is adding a desk which you can work on.
Simply clear your room out, add a desk, and you have a study/office space which is going to allow you to work in bliss without disrupting the rest of the house.
Design A Walk-in Wardrobe
A walk-in wardrobe is a fantastic way to utilize a space like the box room. Whilst is one of the more expensive ways to upgrade your box room, it doesn’t necessarily have to cost you a fortune. Creating a walk-in wardrobe can be as basic as clearing out the room, adding a couple of wardrobes and a mirror. It doesn’t have to be anything overly elaborate, simple changes like this can make a huge difference to not only your box room, but the overall feeling of your house.
Create a Games Room
When I say games room, I don’t mean a snooker hall, I just mean a space where you can play your favorite console or computer game. Having a space designated for gaming is a great way to not only upgrade your box room, but also monitor how often your kids are playing computer games. Let’s be honest, we don’t want them playing on them all day, so having a room that is dedicated to this act can be a great monitoring method too. All you really need is a couch and a spare TV.
So, there you have it, our quick tips on how to upgrade your box room on the cheap. Thankfully, making upgrades to your small room can be done without breaking the bank. That being said, the methods above are great ways of not only changing your box room, they’re also great for changing the overall feeling of your house as well.