Oh wise ones, what would you do with this...

(14 Posts)
Sleepybunny Sun 09-Feb-14 20:04:24

Tiny room/ large cupboard? It's 110 x 270cm rectangular space. No window, radiator or any internal feature for that matter.
The door is at one of the 110cm ends and is at the end of the downstairs hall.

I'm stumped as to what to do with it!

nonicknameseemsavailable Sun 09-Feb-14 21:29:30

erm I would probably get it fitted out with some great storage and turn it into a really useful cupboard.

or a little mini study?

TheUnstoppableWindmill Sun 09-Feb-14 21:33:22

Walk-in wardrobe?

Hessy Sun 09-Feb-14 21:33:33

Reading room/library for dcs, if you have them. Lots of lovely ideas on Pinterest

Selks Sun 09-Feb-14 21:34:02

Pantry / larder? Coat and wellie store? Put tumble dryer in there?
Downstairs loo?

ishouldcocoa Sun 09-Feb-14 21:34:23

A utility room?

nessus Sun 09-Feb-14 22:47:32

Like Hessy's library idea. You can have custom shelving built to ceiling height and a tiered step that doubles up as a seat.

stubbornstains Sun 09-Feb-14 22:50:32

If you live in London, convert it into a s/c bedsit and rent it out for £1500 a month grin.

mayhew Sun 09-Feb-14 22:58:32

Coat and boot room.

whereisshe Sun 09-Feb-14 23:01:23

I would fill it with bed, put in some lovely soft lighting, and use it as my escape/reading room, with the outside of the door concealed so no one noticed it was there!

mrsseed Sun 09-Feb-14 23:01:43

wine cellar

dizhin79 Mon 10-Feb-14 08:23:32

A boot room, general outdoors stuff room, with a cushioned bench seat and lots of useful hooks for coats, dog leads etc....

Sleepybunny Mon 10-Feb-14 20:44:26

grin some great suggestions.

We have utility room already and a place for coats, boots. Part of me thinks it would be sensible to use it for storage, but i would love to make a study or reading room. That would be lovely. We have very high ceilings so could put in some good shelving for wine books.

CleopatrasAsp Tue 11-Feb-14 02:55:32

Install one of those swings and have it as an 'adult' playroom. grin

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