Dining room. Friday , September 22nd , 2017 - 22:28:49 PM
Growing up in the land of Southern Hospitality, I thought I would never in my life propose the idea of repurposing the dining room. Having an eat-in kitchen, I like many others can count on two hands the number of times we use the dining room each year. Why deem a room necessary when its only useful 10 days out of 365.
Ergonomics studies human body measurements relative to the safe use of equipment and furniture. An enormous amount of time and money have gone into designing ergonomically sound office furniture, so productivity isn’t compromised, but what about the many hours we spend in the home? Do we think about our families’ musculoskeletal welfare when we make that dining room table purchase.
Heres the idea I love the most. As a kid, I remember taking private dance lessons at my teachers home. At that time I knew nothing about supplemental income. But now I see that her dining room created earning potential in her home. This ballet barre is in a spare bedroom, but the idea applies. Could there be money hidden in your dining room.