51 personal touch Contemporary Gym Design Photos

Daniel M Martin, Architect LLC
5 Reviews
Riverside Basement Renovation
Ideabooks1,918
Questions4
Decor includes industrial style furniture from Restoration Hardware, track lighting and leather club chairs of different colors. The client added personal touches of favorite album covers displayed on wall shelves, a multicolored Buzz mascott from Georgia Tech and a unique grid of canvases with colors of
“mirror on wall. track lighting looks pretty nice.” — braday
Anthony Wilder Design/Build, Inc.
12 Reviews
Classic in the front, contemporary in the back
Ideabooks606
Questions1
2/13/13 i don't like this room because its really small and because it has no equipment that a person needs to work out. And the colors of the gym are really sad.
“Workout room” — youngchi1002
Ashton Woods Atlanta
8 Reviews
Ashton Woods Atlanta Basements
Ideabooks2,434
Questions2
With a personal gym, there's no excuse to not exercise daily! (Designed by Artisan Design Group)
“Basement floor” — aknatras
Loudoun Architecture & Design/Build Firm
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74 Ute Place
Ideabooks770
Questions2
Personal Gym - maybe I would actually go.
“gimnasio” — personal
Seattle Staged to Sell LLC
67 Reviews
Yarrow Point Water Front Home
Ideabooks494
Questions1
Love the office/gym combo. Great for Personal Trainers.
“I really like the built in desk idea” — mmcelroy1
square three design studios
1 Review
galli
Ideabooks853
Questions2
I love how someone can be sweating and working hard while another can sit and watch the struggling person :)
“Cute and unique” — dawn4436
Dave Brewer Homes
1 Review
Water Front Transitional Perfection
Ideabooks11,773
Questions9
Small for personal training
“Compact space, TV position” — Naveen Narayanan
Brandon Architects, Inc.
10 Reviews
Snug Harbor
Ideabooks14,313
Questions8
1. Determine how much space you’ll need. Consider the type of equipment you’re hoping to use. This will partly depend on personal goals: Are you looking more for weight training or cardio workouts? A treadmill will take up more space than a weight bench, so think about these
“TV and mirror wall” — jessica06garcia
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