The Smallest of Spaces
You can have a home gym even if you have a small place. RMS user CityBoi placed exercise equipment in the living room, which is convenient for people with limited space.
Large Basement Gym
Make use out of a large basement by using it as a home gym. RMS user FrustratedArchitect took advantage of the space by adding large mirrors, rubber flooring and plenty of exercise equipment.
Garage Home Gym
This garage turned home gym has plenty of space for cardio equipment and boxing equipment. Turning a garage into a workout room doesn't take up space in your house, but gives you enough room to stay fit.
Separated Home Gym
Keeping a home gym separate from the rest of the house allows you to get away from all the stress of the day. The large windows give you an outside view. Submitted by RMS user sunderwood.
A Home Gym for the Busy Bee
If you're too busy to make it to a gym, putting exercise equipment in your home office is a great option. You're only a couple of steps away from getting a great workout.
A Formal Workout
RMS user glacierc transformed her formal dining room into a space calm enough for yoga but energizing enough for a cardio workout. The colors and large windows make this a great room for a home gym.
Spa-Like Basement Gym
Putting a gym in a basement doesn't mean unfinished flooring and stark white walls. RMS user Aldridge4 created a space anybody would want to get a workout in.
Attic Workout Room
You can make the best of any space in your home no matter how oddly shaped it is. RMS user lowenstein turned this attic into a home gym and office. The attic is one of the most secluded areas in the home, making it a great place to get a workout.