3 Tips For Creating A Music Space In Your Home

Man sitting in living room in armchair holding mirror ball listening to music

If you or your children love to play music in the home, it can sometimes be hard to have piano practice or drum solos take place in any old room of the house. To help everyone have a more positive experience here, it might be well worth your while to create an actual space in your house where music can be learned and played without making a big raucous.

To help you see how this can be done, here are three tips for creating a music space in your home.

Choose The Room Strategically

The first thing you need to consider when creating a music space in your home is where you’re going to put this space.

To determine this, you’ll want to think about what your goals are with your music room. If you’re needing to keep your noise down for people in your home, you’ll probably want to put your music space away from other common spaces where people will be gathering. On the other hand, if you’re trying not to bother your neighbors, you’ll want to put your music space as far away from them as possible and with as many walls between you as you can get. Having these things in mind can help you find the best place in your house to practice.

Get To Soundproofing

Once you’ve chosen where you want to have your music room in your house, you then have to set the space up so that it’s ready for you to start playing.

For both yourself and for those in your general area, you’ll want to spend some time properly soundproofing the room you’ll be using. Install things like foam on the walls to help make the music sound better in the room while also not allowing it to travel too far out of the room while you’re playing. You can also put rugs on the floor to add to the soundproofing of your space as well.

Take Care With The Corners Of The Room

As you’re working to perfect your music room, you’ll also want to take care with how you handle the corners of your space. The music that you play can bounce off the corners of rooms in a way that makes the music sound different than it really does.

Knowing this, you should try to block out the corners of the room if you can. This can be done by putting furniture in the corners of the room, using a partition to block off the corner of the room, or even putting something on the walls to reduce the sound bouncing off.

If you’re wanting to have your own music space in your home, consider using the tips mentioned above as you set this area up in your house.

Bella Duckworth

Bella Duckworth

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“Architecture is really about well-being. I think that people want to feel good in a space… On the one hand, it’s about shelter, but it’s also about pleasure.” – Zaha Hadid

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