We’ve put together these spin studio design ideas to help you move with style. Who says exercise has to be boring? Spin classes are one of the most popular workout trends due to their low impact and high reward nature. Not only that, they offer benefits regardless of your fitness level or age bracket.
With credentials like that, it’s no wonder people are opting to open their own studios or build their own spin room in their homes. And if you’re one of those people, we’re going to show you exactly how to do it with class.
Read on for our top trends and tips, and prepare to be
Spin studio design ideas
Bold spin studio designs
Part of the popularity of spinning comes down to the decor and resulting atmosphere.
Creating a studio that gets you pumped and ready to burn some calories is a matter of picking an aesthetic that makes you feel reinvigorated and hyped up.
For example, this spin room has picked the colour red as its base, which is known as the boldest and fieriest colour on the chart. Paired with black spin bikes for an assured yet stylish finish, you know that any class you attend in this studio is going to make you feel like Iron Man.
Check out our Home gym ideas: Work up a sweat without leaving the house for more inspiration.
Indoor cycling room design
Living in the UK doesn’t lend itself to many fair-weather days. So, if we want to stay on top of our exercise regime, we need to get creative.
Thankfully – due to one of the many miraculous feats of engineering – static bikes exist in the world.
This homeowner has made the most of their spare room by adding a static bike to work out on. This model is a turbo trainer, which allows you to use a bike you already own. All you need to do is fit it with a skewer that threads through the rear axle, allowing your wheel to rest on a cylinder, which spins when you pedal. And voila!
Want to know how to create a gym at home? Don’t forget to check out our guide: Creating the Ultimate At-Home Gym from Floor to Ceiling.
Small spin room design ideas
Not many of us have the luxury of a spare room to disappear into and work out on a whim. Consequently, we need to find an easy way to set up and take down our equipment.
Thankfully, a portable turbo trainer or runner is perfect for this very endeavour.
As you can see, this keen cyclist simply clips her bike onto the turbo trainer and positions it in front of her smart screen mounted to a collapsible stand. She then uses various cycling apps to smash her personal best every time (we assume).
What’s great about this setup, other than the speed and convenience of it all, is how quick and easy it is to collapse all the equipment down and store it out of the way.
How’s that for compact living?
Indoor cycling studio design
To make an indoor cycling studio, you need 6 key things:
- Your preferred type of bike trainer (turbo, rollers, smart, indoor)
- A strong fan or aircon to keep you cool
- Bold and exciting aesthetics
- Water cooler/bottle holder
- Smart screen and app with a stand
- A training plan to keep you motivated
Check out our home gym cost guide to help you price up your project.
Peloton style bike room ideas
The Peloton bike craze hit the headlines recently for being a smarter way to work out at home. For obvious reasons, its popularity spiked during lockdown measures by giving people an in-house experience without the out-house risk.
Essentially, Peloton offers a spin class and cycling competition rolled into one. And they manage this using technology built into their bikes that produce live-streaming events and on-demand classes, with the people investing up to a whopping £2k. They even have a leader board, where you can compete with fellow cyclists to stay motivated.
When it comes to putting one in your home, the best thing about it is how sleek and compact the design is. It’ll fit anywhere, but always be sure to put it on a hard surface or short pile carpet for extra stability.
Peloton in bedroom design ideas
If your bedroom is the only place you can work out, the key is to make it as sweatproof as possible. This means floor mats if you have carpet, open windows, bottle holders, towel racks, a fan, and lots of wipes and air fresheners to keep your bedroom odour-free.
Next, consider dividing your room to separate the workout area from the exercise area. This is even possible with small square footage, so be sure to read our planning guide on how to divide a room, for more information.
Lastly, set the mood. Our bedrooms are our sanctuaries and places we tend to relax, which doesn’t always inspire us to work out or get motivated. So, turn on your lights, buy a set of speakers with lights that change colour or create a disco effect, and make it fun.
Also, opting for a bright pink bike design like this one can make all the difference.
Like what you see? There’s more where this came from. Check out Checkatrade’s blog for more tips, ideas, how-tos, and inspiration.
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