Multi Purpose Room Ideas
Whether you live in a studio apartment with a Multi Purpose Room, or need to have a bedroom in your home serve more than one function — a guest room and office for example — you can choose from multiple design options. By adding flexible furnishings that work in more than one setting, a few steps can turn that den into a guest bedroom and back again without a lot of effort. Keep it organized and clean for those surprise overnight guests.
How to Arrange Multi Purpose Room
One-Room Studio Apartments
A studio apartment generally consists of one room that serves multi purpose room, with a separate bathroom area. Shelves on the wall provide a place to keep shoes that also add colorful interest when organized neatly. Whether your couch hides a bed, or you have a futon that turns into a bed, your studio apartment does not have to look like a bedroom all the time. Hang your flat-screen television on the wall in front of the couch or futon, or set it on a dresser that also stores your clothes. A tiny table for two tucked in a corner next to the kitchen wall gives you and a guest a place to dine.
Hide the bed behind two tall bookcases arranged side by side to create a private sleeping area in a bedroom that doubles as an office. Make the office desk the focal point of the multi purpose room, or hang a curtain around the bed to close it off when not in use. A floor-to-ceiling wardrobe built with closet organizer components facing the foot of the bed adds much needed closet space in a room without one. A trifold privacy screen offers a place to dress, with a freestanding coat rack for hanging coats or robes.