The Space to Create
Hobbies are a great way to explore new interests and exercise your creativity. There have even been studies that suggest how delving into new pastimes may also help to keep the mind sharp and keep depression at bay. What do you do when you don’t have a designated space for crafts and hobbies? Take a look at your home objectively, and you might find the perfect place for your hobbies and crafts has been right there all along. Here are a few ideas to help get you started:
Many of the surfaces in your home can easily perform double duty. Kitchen islands, breakfast and dining room tables offer plenty of room to spread out, and the lighting is perfect for focusing on the task at hand. Spending hobby time in the kitchen has the added benefit of being able to keep an eye on the meal you have simmering on the stove.
Flex spaces are some of the most versatile in your home, making them ideal for hobbyists. What might be a home office during the day can easily be transformed into a fully-functional hobby room in the evenings, with the space you need to store items that aren’t in use. The flex space in your Del Webb home offers the potential to become exactly what you need, when you need it.
The Great Outdoors
Looking for even more places to explore your hobbies? Don’t forget about the space that exists just beyond your door. Your covered lanai offers plenty of room to spread out your latest projects and enjoy some fresh air, even if the weather threatens to rain on your parade. When the forecast is clear, a patio or backyard table will help you to see your hobbies and crafts in a new light.