We’re no stranger to helping people transform their noisy rooms into beautiful and practical spaces, and music rooms are an increasingly popular choice amongst our customers.
With a surge of people choosing to invest in both their homes and hobbies over the past year, Pinterest searches for music room decor have been at a consistent high.
To reflect this new soundproofing trend we’ve analysed Pinterest to find the 13 most pinned ‘music rooms’ and created the perfect colour palette for each iconic style so that you can recreate the decor yourself.
Embodying classic rock, this room uses dark woody tones, instrument framing, and a hint of soft furnishing touches to create an inspiring laid-back vibe.
You can create a vibrant retro feel like this by opting for a bold paint choice and using your vinyl records both for wall art and maximalist shelf-styling.
Combining period features with modern furnishings, this trend executes the minimalist trend but in a striking colour palette that puts focus on the instruments.
The perfect space for clear-headed creative inspiration, this soft cool-tone trend has an effortlessly dreamlike feel.
With a blank canvas space, plaster the walls in clashing band prints and let your instruments play the main role in attaining this iconic audacious interior.
Achieve this Bob Dylan-esq interior with a simple palette, vintage art, and effortless amp stacking for a practical and cool space.
This Scandinavian design is all about woody textures, simply designed furniture, and making the most of tight spaces.
For the ultimate grunge-rock music interior, use exclusively dark tones, don’t be afraid of showcasing your equipment, and finish it off with a striking pop of furniture.
When you’ve got a lot of gear and beautiful floorboards sometimes you don’t need much else to create a cosy immersive environment for making music.
With all the feelings of a traditional recording studio set-up, these dark tones and cold textures create a glamorous yet grunge experience.
In a small space, a desktop studio with lots of shelving units creates some visual depth as well as giving you more room for plants.
This studio set-up makes the most of the natural light and plays into the natural feel with wooden finishes and desk plants.
Straight out of a coming-of-age film, this music room uses warm lighting and red hues to achieve this envy-worthy band set-up.