It's no longer just yoga mats and all-in-one-machines. The home gym gets a major aesthetic upgrade.
We scoured the internet, social media and moodboards to find the 16 best home gym designs that won’t make the stylish homeowner (nor their interior designer) cringe with regret.
Let’s look at the must-haves for your stylish (and functional) home gym.
Forget the hardwood flooring and go for a more performance-focused solution. When you hit your local gym, you aren’t walking around on a hard floor (hopefully) but rather something soft that gives yet supports. Plus a softer floor material means a quieter home gym experience for yourself – and others in your home.
Organize your home gym design by areas of use. Make sure the stretch and warm-up area has enough space around it for you to fully move your body without restriction or fear of hitting other machines or equipment.
And it’s not a bad idea to create a feeling of relaxation around this area too – wellness doesn’t just mean throwing around weights.
Studies show that working out outdoors has numerous benefits above and beyond working out underneath artificial light.
If you have the room (and the budget), adding in some well-earned spa areas will ensure a space that is ready for all stages of wellness. From infrared saunas to cool plunges or ice baths, and of course a post-gym walk-in shower with strong water pressure or a deep bath for those hot saltwater soaks.
Ok, let’s move onto the designs and inspiration!