Spruce Up Your Home Gym With Mirrors And Good Lighting

Spruce Up Your Home Gym With Mirrors and Good Lighting

Your home gym might be in the corner of a boring area of your house, but it doesn't have to feel like it is. Creative use of mirrors, lighting and dividers can make your workout spot a pleasant and interesting place to be. Photo by Judit Klein.

The right lighting can set the mood for the kind of workout space you want: soft lights are perfect for a yoga room, for example. Even if you use your space for weights or aerobics, setting up some lamps (or installing recessed lighting, if you're up for a little construction) can make for a more energising atmosphere.

If you've got a blank wall to play with, a row of cheap full-length mirrors (like these $10 ones from Bunnings) can make a space feel bigger while also giving you instant feedback on your weightlifting form. Check out the link below for more tips on brightening up a cramped space so it becomes a fun place to work out.

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    "If you’ve got a blank wall to play with, a row of cheap full-length mirrors (like these $10 ones from Bunnings)"

    Those one s from Bunnings are 1000 x 300, which may be full-length for a 4-year-old, so technically accurate...

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