6 Impressive Home Gyms That Offer The Ultimate Personal Fitness Oasis

6 Gyms That Take In-Home Fitness To A Whole. New. Level.

Motivating yourself to get up and go to the gym isn't always easy. But finding the energy to walk down the hall to your very own fitness center is SO much easier.

As the talented designers who submitted their work to our friends at Porch.com prove, having the in-home gym of your dreams isn't just convenient -- it's actually doable. From mirrored walls to smart setups, these spaces make us think it's time to get fit in an environment free of strangers trying to race us on the next treadmill over.

Floor-to-ceiling windows are a great way to embrace the view without braving the elements.
Complete Renovation by Geddes Ulinskas Architects
Darker, moodier colors give off a trendy fitness studio vibe.
Home Gym by Claude C Lapp Architects
Keeping things clean and minimal is a smart way to stay focused on your goals.
East Hampton by Benco Construction
Mirrors on all walls don't just mimic the look of most gyms -- they actually make the space look larger.
Old Stone Ridge by Witt Construction
An impressive entertainment unit and added artwork bring the space together seamlessly.
Magnolia by Hyde Evans Design
Natural wood ceilings and rustic lighting create a spa-like atmosphere.
Sag Harbor Project by Foley & Cox Interiors

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