The key to a successful home gym is designing a space you’re actually going to want to use, and for most people there are two ways to accomplish it. Either opt for something soothing and spa-like, or take the opposite approach and make it all about the energy. For Andrew, energy was the answer. “I need a room that’s going to make me want to get up and move.” Between all the equipment, the colorful murals, and the large mirror, this is a room that commands you to get moving. “Home gyms are pretty simple,” says Scott. As long as you’ve got durable floors, a decent ceiling height, and room to move around, you’re good. What you do with the décor is up to you.” To make the room functional as well as energetic, he included a storage unit for housing water bottles and snacks, and hooks on the walls for towels, mats and other accessories.