Inviting Bonus Room

Retro colors and creative storage make this bonus room an inviting guest room, too.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionUsed as a guest room, home office and hobby room, this space is cluttered with items for many uses.
Amber and Eric Gustafson have a gorgeous apartment that they have decorated on their own, but one room has been neglected. The Gustafson's multipurpose hobby room serves a lot of purposes and is cluttered with items for various uses for the space. There is a computer and desk, musical instruments, ironing board, sewing machine and a mattress shoved into the closet for overnight guests. The couple spends a lot of time in their hobby room and would like it to feel less tumultuous and not like a big walk-in closet.

The Gustafsons would like to change their boring bonus room into a fanciful and functional space. How does Amber define the style they want? "Fairy tale meets retro!" The Design on a Dime team signs on to transform this dull room into a retro-style office/sewing room/music room/guest room.

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