What to do with extra room.

What to do with extra room.

Posted 01/27/2020

The more space your home has the more room your creativity has to run wild. If you find yourself overflowing with ideas on how to make your home versatile but lacking the space to really bring your vision to life—you’re in luck. All the new homes at Waterston in Gilbert are designed to be flexible for any kind of homelife with oversized homesites, plenty of open spaces, plus dedicated dining rooms, dens, and game rooms that can be transformed into anything you think up with Maracay’s Flex Design® options. Here are just a few ideas on how you can utilize your entire home at Waterston.

Reading room.

Nothing says “me time” like a room dedicated to natural lighting, peace and quiet. Take the game room space or even a spare bedroom and turn it into your personal reading nook filled with great reads and armchairs almost as comfy as your bed. Not much of a reader? Display your favorite records, add an instrument or two and dedicate the space to jamming out the old-fashioned way in your very own music room.

Converted guest room.

With floor plans that offer up to 5 bedrooms and even a generation suite option, your out-of -own guests will never have to worry about booking a hotel. Convert one or multiple bedrooms into guest suites to create a space that’s both private and welcoming for all your friends and family.

Home gym.

Cut your commute to the gym from a few miles down the road to a few steps down the hall by converting a game room or den area into your own home gym. Whether you’re into lifting, yoga, or spin, this room can hold all the essentials you need for a personal wellness retreat. You can even add wall length mirrors to work on form and capture all your best gym selfie angles.

Home cocktail lounge.

Every hour is happy hour when you’re working with an in-home bar situation. Carve out some extra space to add a sink, small refrigerator, a mini bar top and modern seating to instantly create a sophisticated hang out space for any small gathering.

Game room.

If you’re a family with young kids or just the type that likes to be the life of the party, a dedicated rec room is a must. Add a pool table, gaming consoles, big cozy couches and maybe even a wine cooler for the perfect space made to handle large groups and large amounts of fun.

Meditation nook.

Whether it’s an upstairs open loft or a tucked away downstairs bedroom, a yoga or meditation area is a perfect little escape after a long work week. Be sure the space has plenty of windows for natural light, fill with comfy oversized pillows and feel the stress roll off your shoulders in no time.

Now that we’ve got your creative juices flowing, explore Waterston’s neighborhoods and join the interest list to be the first to know when floor plans are available online so you can begin designing your dream home as soon as possible.

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