Wellness rooms are a growing interior design trend. If before the pandemic they were considered a bit eccentric, after the Coronavirus outbreak having a wellness room at home – if not mandatory – is highly recommended.
Around the world, we find interior design projects from architects and interior designers who prove that everyone can have their own yoga studio, spa, or home gym.
The guest bedroom, an empty attic, or a lifeless basement – all these spaces can be turned into a wellness temple: for exercising, reading, meditating, or do yoga.
Timber-Framed Yoga Studio
In Chile, DX Arquitetos created a timber-framed extension so a yoga teacher could have her very own yoga studio at home to teach classes.
Vintage Home Gym
A basement of an industrial building in London is the location for a vintage-style home gym, designed by Hubert Zandberg.
Multipurpose Wellness Room
Springhill House by Lovell Burton in Melbourne is a writer’s peaceful retreat. The living room can be divided into a home yoga studio or guests bedroom. The landscape around the house is the perfect view for a meditating moment.
Outdoors Wellness Room
A young couple in Australia was looking for a home with a wellness room for yoga practicing. The residence by the beach is the perfect nest for the couple who also surfers and looks for enjoying the outdoors as much as possible.
A house for meditation in Mexico. Colectivo Lateral de Arquitetura designed the home with a view over the Pacific Ocean and plenty of sunlight.
Ming Gu Design creates a place for cultivating mindfulness with an area nearby for preparing and drinking tea.
Home Gym With a View
WRJ Design Associates turned the upper floor of a barn-look-alike guest house into a home gym. The property located in Jackson Hole offers a unique landscape over the Teton Range.
Yoga Studio in The Basement
Joe McGuire creates a yoga studio to inspire the yoga practice of a yoga teacher. This is a wellness room in the basement of a property in Aspen, Colorado.
Godrich Interiors designs a treatment room with the perfect view. In Cotswolds, England, the wellness room has calming colors and retro furniture.
Home Gym and Spa
Stephen Stone turns the basement of a Los Angeles property into a multipurpose wellness room. The basement, which looks like a private fitness club, has an indoor pool, a cross-fit gym, and a private room massage.
Minimal Home Yoga Studio
Floor-to-ceiling windows outfit this minimalist yoga room. The residence is designed by Miró Rivera Architects, the residence also provides its own heating and cooling via a geothermal system.
Attic as Meditation Room
Designing a room for meditation led Pelletier de Fontenay and François Abbott to furnish the attic of a home in Quebec entirely with plywood.
Hers and His Wellness Room
Deborah Berke Partners has outfitted this residence with separate gyms for a husband and wife in The Hamptons.
Dynamic Yoga Studio at Home
Stemmer Rodrigues architecture studio is the master behind this home and yoga studio with brutalist flair and blissful beauty in Brazil.
Brutalist Wellness Room
Faulkner Architects built a California retreat for a New York-based research scientist. The wellness room of the house is barely furnished. The floor is covered in Japanese tatami mats and a wide window opens up to a stone and concrete garden.
Create Your Own Wellness Room At Home
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